Thank you for considering supporting Fred Rogers’ timeless legacy by making a gift to the Fred Rogers Center. Your contribution helps ensure that Fred’s commitment to children, families, and educators is always carried forward.
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Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning & Children’s Media
Saint Vincent College
300 Fraser Purchase Road
Latrobe, PA 15650
Matching Gifts: Many employers have established matching gift plans that allow current and retired employees to have their charitable gifts matched by the employer. Please check with your human resource department to see if your company provides matching gifts.
Stock Gifts: Gifts of appreciated stocks and securities enable you to support the Fred Rogers Center, avoid capital gains taxes, and earn a charitable tax deduction for the fair market value on the date of the gift. To make a gift of securities, please contact us for information to share with your financial professional.
Planned Gifts: Fred Rogers left an important legacy that will continue for years to come. As you consider your own legacy, we hope you think about your passions and hopes for the future. Planned gifts offer an opportunity to extend your commitment to the Fred Rogers Center beyond your lifetime. Including the Fred Rogers Center in your long-term financial or estate plan is a big decision that results in a lasting impact on the people, programs, and values important to you. Whether through endowing a program or investing in a favorite area of interest, planned gifts provide essential support to the Fred Rogers Center while at the same time helping you achieve your own personal and financial goals.
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The Fred Rogers Center is located at Saint Vincent College, a nonprofit corporation under section 501(c)3 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code—donations to which are tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law.