Testicular Cancer Foundation loves people like you. Without you, we can't provide the education, awareness, and support that makes us uniquely us.
Whether you're a passionate individual, an aspiring philanthropist, a grassroots do-gooder, or a representative of a larger entity, we want to work with you.
Below are some ways to get involved with TCF beyound a monetary online donation.
If you're feeling creative, hit the contact TCF button and let's chat about ways to work together.
We're grateful for you!
The Testicular Cancer Foundation exists to increase awareness, provide support, and educate people about testicular cancer. Without the generosity of our donors, we would not be able to carry out our mission and save more lives.
We invite you to consider making a donation online, launching a fundraiser, or exploring our alternative donation options such as the employee giving program at your company or an in-kind donation of goods or services.
Thank you for your support of TCF.
Making a tax-deductible donation to the Testicular Cancer Foundation is a meaningful way to honor or to remember someone special. Your gift will make a lasting impact on the lives of others, just as your honoree has done for you. We thank you for your gift in honor of a special person or occasion, or in the memory of a loved one.
Your gift and form can be sent by U.S. Postal mail or scanned and emailed to the address below.
Testicular Cancer Foundation
12600 Hill Country Blvd.
Suite R 270
Austin, Texas 78738
Testicular Cancer Foundation is a 501c3 organization. All contributions are tax-deductible.
TCF is always accepting in-kind donations for upcoming events or activities so be sure to check our Upcoming Events.
TCF also has a wish list of items that can used to further our mission:
Rental Car Miles
Hotel Rooms or Points
Frequent Flier Miles
In-Kind Silent Auction & Raffle Items
Promo Items: Tshirts
Promo Items: Wristbands
Promo Items: Coffee Mugs
Promo Items: Note Pads
Promo Items: Any other item
There are several ways to transfer securities to Testicular Cancer Foundation (TCF) : electronic transfer, mailing certificates, or hand delivery.
Please consult your Tax Advisor for details on why transferring stock is the preferred way to donate to a 501c3 organization.
According to Fidelity Investments Website: Fidelity Charitable Website
Dependent upon their adjusted gross income (AGI) and filing status, some top-rate taxpayers now face a 20% capital gains tax rate as well as the new 3.8% Medicare surtax on net investment income. This tax treatment may make donating appreciated securities and complex assets more tax-efficient. However, in any tax year donating long-term appreciated securities to charity (rather than selling the securities first and then donating the after-tax proceeds), can have multiple benefits:
You owe no taxes on the capital gains, so the charities to which you donate receive a larger donation.
You may be eligible to take an income tax charitable deduction for the full fair market value of the donated securities — up to a maximum of 30% of your adjusted gross income (AGI) for contributions to public charities. (Any amounts in excess of the 30% limit can be carried forward for up to five years.)
The most popular and most efficient way to transfer securities to Testicular Cancer Foundation (TCF) is by electronic transfer.
If your stock is held at a broker, notify the broker that you wish to make a gift of securities to TCF. Your broker will need written authorization from you before they can make the transfer. Be sure to tell them the name of the stock that you want to transfer, the number of shares, and where you would like your gift to be designated when it reaches TCF. A TCF transmittal form (TCF Stock Form) can be used in place of a letter. Please mail or scan a copy of your authorization letter or the stock transmittal form to the following address:
Matt Ferstler, Testicular Cancer Foundation, 12600 Hill Country Blvd., Suite R-270, Austin, TX 78738 Email: Matt@TCancer.org
MAILING STOCK CERTIFICATES
If your securities are not held at a broker then you can either mail or hand deliver the certificates directly to TCF offices. If mailing, send your unendorsed certificate(s) and a cover letter (including your name, address, and purpose of the gift) in one envelope. In a second envelope, send a signed, signature guaranteed, stock power. We strongly recommend using registered mail to forward your certificates and stock power. A stock power form can be obtained at your local bank.
Certificates must be given to either Matt Ferstler or Roy Nierdieck at TCF offices. NOTE: Please DO NOT mail endorsed certificates! Once the certificate is endorsed, it is legal tender and can be exchanged by anyone. It is strongly recommended that certificates not be sent to a transfer agent for registering in TCF’s name. This procedure is unnecessary and results in needless delays of the transfer.
VALUATION OF STOCKS AND BONDS OR GIFT CREDITING
For information regarding the valuation of stocks and bonds or gift crediting, please contact the Office of Testicular Cancer Foundation at 1-855-390-8231 x1 or info@TCancer.org. Please consult your CPA to get more info.
The Testicular Cancer Foundation (TCF) offers opportunities for corporate partners to make a difference in the lives of people affected by cancer through charitable giving programs. TCF provides partner resources and maximizes our partners’ giving potential through collaboration on program development, implementing best practices and creating a passion for the TCF mission. Employees and customers bond in their desire to support the TCF mission, enhancing customer loyalty and improving employee morale.
To learn more about becoming a TCF corporate partner, please contact email@example.com.
Thank you for considering a gift to help spread awareness and education about testicular cancer.
Planned giving is finding ways to make charitable gifts now or after your lifetime while enjoying financial benefits for yourself.
Whether you make a gift now or after your lifetime, strategic planning allows you to align your charitable giving with your overall financial and estate plans.
Unlike cash donations, planned gifts are typically made from assets in your estate rather than disposable income, and come to fruition upon your death.
Will or Living Trust
Charitable Gift Annuity
Charitable Remainder Trust
Charitable Lead Trust
Retirement Plan Assets
Life Insurance Policies
Workplace giving programs allow your contributions to be deducted directly from your paycheck and with matching gifts programs, companies match donations you make to the charitable organization(s) or your choice. Ask your human resource department whether your company offers this giving opportunity.
We look to partner with a company’s Health and Wellness department, as well. TCF can provide your company or organization with an awareness kit that can be used for a company-wide health fair or other opportunity to speak to employees about men’s health and the importance of self-examination.
For more information or to inquire about TCF coming and speaking at your company please call 855.390.8231 or email us at info@TCancer.org.