Tangible Personal Property

  • What is this?
    Anything of value that you can touch: Fine Art, Collector Cars, Antiquities, Firearms & Armor, Books & Manuscripts, Clocks, Couture & Accessories, Furniture, Instruments, Jewelry & Watches, Pop Culture & Sporting Memorabilia, Photography, Rugs & Carpets, Silver, Wine, Coins & Stamps, and Historical Documents.
  • Who is it a good option for?
    It is good for people who have assets that they will eventually sell, give to family or friends, or give away. Ideally, these assets are of great value and are difficult to find the best “buyer” for without help from a professional
  • Financial Benefits
    A potential charitable income tax deduction for the donation, removal from the estate for estate tax reasons, or both.
  • What do interested parties need to prepare for a meeting?
    Photos of the objects, an appraisal as appropriate, and purchase price information (amount and date).

Questions? Want to Start a Conversation?

Contact Laura Gillespie today at:
laura@uppervalleyhaven.org
(802) 478-1806

Other Ways to Give

Non-cash gifts allow donors to make a significant impact on their favorite causes, but most nonprofits aren’t equipped to accept goods such as real estate, privately held stock, etc. We make it easy to turn your goods into charitable gifts.