Mail a check
Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center
5440 Moeller Avenue
Norwood, OH 45212 Attn: Judy
Make a secure online donation using your Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover HERE
Recurring credit card gifts
Set up automatic gifts through Visa, MasterCard, Discover or AMEX (monthly, quarterly, or annual). HERE
Recurring checking account transfers
Establish a monthly deduction (EFT) from your checking account.
Arrange a transfer of stocks or securities and realize tax advantages. Learn how to do this HERE
Make the Abbey Foundation of Oregon a beneficiary of your donor-advised fund.
Sponsor one of the many great speakers or series that are presented at The Center throughout the year.
Gifts in kind
Gifts in Kind refer to the practice of giving actual goods or services to a ministry versus donating the money to buy them. These types of gifts can be as creative as the person giving them!
Real Estate Gifts
Properties that can be given to us include personal residences, vacation homes, commercial property or land. Many people like to give gifts of real estate because the inherent value of the property far exceeds that of any other single asset. It’s very popular because even individuals with modest estates typically own real estate.
Bequest in a will or trust
Name Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center as a beneficiary of your will, life insurance, trust or retirement plan.
If you are 70½ or older, an IRA qualified charitable distribution can help you lower taxes on your IRA withdrawals. This is fast becoming a popular option for many of our benefactors. All gifts in this form must be made payable to Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center. We encourage you to discuss this option with your financial advisor.
Point of Death Transfers
POD Transfers are a way of designating beneficiaries to receive your assets automatically at the time of your death , without having to go through probate court. They also allow you to specify the percentage of assets each person or entity will receive.
This site is informational and educational in nature. It is not offering professional tax, legal, or accounting advice.
For specific advice about the effect of any planning concept on your tax or financial situation or with your estate, please consult a qualified professional advisor.