We’re so grateful that you’d like to support HopeWell’s mission and help children, families, and individuals reach their full potential! Please choose whichever option is best for you.
HopeWell earns top marks from independent charity evaluators. Our belief that we are all in this together informs and inspires our ongoing commitment to top-notch financial stewardship. Our federal tax ID number is 04-2438910.
Use our secure online form to make a donation using your credit card, Venmo, or PayPal account.
Make your check payable to HopeWell, Inc. and mail it to the following address:
3 Allied Drive, Suite 308
Dedham, MA 02026
Children experiencing foster care often have few belongings to call their own. Our adult residents would also benefit from donations of new items. We created an Amazon wishlist where you can purchase items and have them shipped directly to HopeWell.
Please be sure to select “HopeWell” as the shipping address.
Your Legacy Made Simple:
You can make both an immediate and lasting impact by incorporating HopeWell into your long-term philanthropic planning, such as:
✔ Donor advised funds
✔ Life insurance policies
✔ Estate planning — wills or trusts
✔ Bank and investment accounts
✔ Retirement plans and tax-free IRA distributions
Planned gifts can also offer you potential advantages, such as tax benefits. You can obtain a “change of beneficiary” form by contacting your insurer or retirement plan administrator. Forms typically take just a few minutes to complete, yet your gift will provide support and optimism for the children, families, and individuals we support for decades to come.
This information does not constitute legal or financial advice. Because everyone’s situation is different and state laws vary, you should seek the advice of your own attorney, tax advisor, or financial planner.
Donating appreciated stock or securities is an easy and great way to boost HopeWell’s programs while also creating benefits for you by:
✔ Providing a deduction for charitable contributions: Federal and state tax law permits taxpayers who itemize to deduct the current value of charitable contributions from their adjusted gross income. To qualify for such a deduction, the stock must have been held by the taxpayer for more than one year.
✔ Creating savings on capital gains taxes: Contributions of stock may have no tax liability on the difference between the cost of donated stock and its current, fair market value (FMV): i.e., there may not be tax on the capital gains.
For instructions on donating stocks and securities, contact Lisa Crane at email@example.com or 617-607-5182.