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Support the U.S. Fund for UNICEF Through Real Estate Consider This Before Putting Out the "For Sale" Sign 1] Make a Gift Today In addition to freeing you from the costs and responsibilities of ownership, making an outright gift of property that you have owned for more than a year and that has a minimum value of $100,000 offers these benefits: ● You qualify for an income tax charitable deduction equal to the property's fair market value. This deduction reduces the cost of making your gift and frees cash that otherwise would have been used to pay taxes. ● You eliminate capital gains tax on the property 's appreciation. ● This gift reduces your future estate administration costs. The U.S. Fund for UNICEF will sell the property and use the proceeds to benefit the world's children. 2] Give Real Estate Through Your Will or Living Trust If you are not comfortable making an irrevocable gift of property to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF right now, you can benefit the world's children and reduce your estate tax liability by leaving it to us in your will. The fair market value: the price that a willing buyer and a willing seller can agree on capital gain: the increase in value of an asset since its original purchase irrevocable: cannot be changed or canceled revocable: able to be changed or canceled U.S. Fund for UNICEF accepts property that has a minimum value of $100,000. This can be the perfect way to support the U.S. Fund for UNICEF without using assets today. A gift in your will is revocable, meaning you can change your mind at any time. We can provide you language to share with your attorney for giving your gift. Once you make your gift, you become eligible to become a member of our Danny Kaye Society, a group of visionary supporters who have made a planned gift to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF. If you are looking to downsize your home or are finding it challenging to maintain a vacation home as you get older, you can give your home to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF and provide hope for a brighter future to millions of children around the world. Imagine avoiding the hassle of selling your property, with no worry about getting a fair price, and qualifying for a federal income charitable deduction. You can complete your gift of real estate in a variety of ways. Here are some examples:

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