Donation Options

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Gifts in Memory of

Make a gift in memory of a loved one.

Gifts In Honor of

Make a gift in honor of a special person or occasion.

Gifts of Stocks/Funds

Gifts of securities, mutual funds, bonds, and IRAs.

Gifts by Mail or Phone

Planned Giving

Information about including CCR in your estate plan, establishing an annuity.

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Stocks, Mutual Funds and IRAs

(for questions or assistance please email or call 212-614-6489)

How to Donate Stock

You can donate stocks to CCR. If you have appreciated stock, a donation may be tax-wise, allowing you to avoid capital gains tax. You are also eligible to receive a charitable contribution deduction equal to the mean value of the stock the day it is transferred. You can transfer stock directly to CCR by contacting our broker directly at :

Mr. Michael P. Moffitt
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
120 Albany Street, Suite 400
N. Brunswick, NJ  08901
Phone: 732-846-2800 or 800-272-1370
Fax: 732-435-2255
DTC #: 0015 (please contact CCR for the account number)

We frequently only receive checks from our broker for stock without the name of the individual making the donation. Please make sure to contact CCR at 212-614-6489 or at to give us your contact information, the name of your stock, the amount of stock you plan to transfer and the date you plan to make the transfer. Doing so will enable us to make sure that we acknowledge and receipt you for your generous gift.

Make CCR the Beneficiary of Your Retirement Plan

You can help secure the promise of future progressive legal work simply by making the Center for Constitutional Rights beneficiary of your:

  • Retirement plans, such as an IRA, your 401(k), 403(b), etc.
  • Bank and brokerage accounts.
  • Paid-up life insurance policy.

Taxes on retirement plans left to non-charitable beneficiaries can be as high as 70%, so you are often better served to bequeath other assets to your heirs. Even better, the assets will bypass the probate process and go directly to CCR.

Once you decide to name CCR as a beneficiary of an account, simply contact your account administrator and provide our address and tax identification number on your beneficiary designation form.

Center for Constitutional Rights
Attn: Development Department
666 Broadway, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10012
Tax ID# 22-6082880