Donating marketable securities that you have owned for more than one year can be an attractive way to make a gift, if the securities have appreciated in value since you purchased them.
If you are transferring securities, please provide your broker with the following information:
- The Hastings Center account is with Vanguard Securities
- Vanguard Phone: (800) 992-8327
- Account Name: The Hastings Center
- Account: 56232336
- DTC: 0062
Your broker will need to know:
- Security Name
- Number of shares or Value you wish to transfer
Please ask your broker to notify The Hastings Center when the stock has been transferred.
Please email Noel Crotone, Annual Fund Manager, for more information about this account or about donations of securities or call her at 1-845-424-4040 x 257.
You may choose the option to have your gift deposited directly into The Hastings Center’s account using the wire transfer information below:
Wells Fargo Bank , NA
San Francisco, CA 94104
The Hastings Center Inc.
21 Malcolm Gordon Road
Garrison, NY 10524
Please email Noel Crotone, Annual Fund Manager, for more information about this account or call her at 1-845-424-4040 x 257.
With a bequest, you can make a gift to The Hastings Center free of concerns about your lifetime financial needs and after the people you love have been provided for in your estate planning.
Bequests are not complicated to set up, but, because they can be structured in a variety of ways, it is important that you consult your attorney.
A bequest may also offer a way to endow your annual gift to The Hastings Center, maintaining your traditional level of support in perpetuity. Email Bill Jeffway, Acting Director of Development, for more information. You may also call Bill at 845-424-4040 x 249.
The Center welcomes employer matching gifts. Please contact your Human Resources representative to determine if your company has a matching gift program. The completed form may be sent to the development department at The Hastings Center, 21 Malcolm Gordon Road, Garrison, NY 10524 or e-mail Noel Crotone.