Giving to Tiegerman - Support Extraordinary Teaching
Since 1985, Tiegerman's mission has been to identify children with developmental disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorders as early as possible to prepare them for a world filled with words, sentences, and messages.
Your gift to Tiegerman plays an important role in supporting our school’s most prevalent needs.
Our Founder and CEO Dr. Tiegerman (Dr. T) wrote the book on the Tiegerman Learning Method (TLM) and created an one of a kind intensive program. The TLM is based on the belief that nothing is more important than the acquisition of both “words and sentences,” because you cannot effectively communicate without them.
Thank you for helping to build our future together! For other giving opportunities, please call 516-609-2000 x313.
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Gifts of Stock or Appreciated Securities
If your investment portfolio includes low-yielding, highly appreciated stock or securities that have held for more than one year you may want to consider gifting them to Tiegerman. Appreciated property can include publicly traded stocks, bonds, mutual funds, closely held stock, commercial property, farms, personal residences or unimproved land.
You may benefit by:
Receiving an income tax deduction for the full market value of the gift as of the date of the transfer;
Paying no capital gains tax on the appreciation of your asset (the difference between your cost basis and current fair market value);
Making a generous charitable gift without reducing your liquid assets
Reducing your exposure to estate taxes
Donate In-kind items
In-kind gifts are contributions of goods or services, other than cash grants. Examples of in-kind gifts include:
- Goods, like computers, software, furniture, and office equipment, for use by your organization or for special event auctions
- Services, like meeting space, photocopy and mail services, and administrative/financial support
- Expertise, like legal, tax, or business advice; marketing and website development; and strategic planning
- Cash equivalents, like stocks, bonds, and mutual funds
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