If you have a heart for children who have been orphaned and the giving capacity to make a significant difference in their lives, these are a few ways you can partner with us through giving securities donations and estate planning.
By donating securities (stocks, bonds, etc.) to Show Hope, you are able to support the ministry, avoid paying capital gains taxes, and receive a charitable contribution deduction for the fiscal year the transfer took place (consult a tax professional about what tax benefits would apply).
You can leave a lasting legacy of hope.
If you would like more information about legacy giving, please contact Phil Shay at email@example.com or by calling 615.550.5600.
Legal Name: SHAOHANNAH’S HOPE, INC
Address: PO Box 647 Franklin, TN 37065
Federal Tax ID Number: 32-0011220
The information on this website is not intended as legal or tax advice. Please consult your attorney or tax advisor.
Show Hope is an approved Combined Federal Campaign charity: SHAOHANNAHS HOPE INC (CFC #18012)
LifeHope sponsors fund an entire adoption grant each year by giving $5,000 annually or $418 monthly.Learn More
We will use your generous General Fund gift to provide help where it is needed most in caring for orphans.
Through your donation for Adoption Aid, you will help to place a waiting orphan in a loving family, transforming that orphan’s world forever.
You can help provide life-giving medical care to orphans with acute medical or special needs at our care centers like Maria’s Big House of Hope.
You can help provide orphans that have acute medical or special needs life-giving surgeries through the Mackenzie Fund.
Empower students to care for orphans! Your donation will help enable us to continue to mobilize students and develop leaders in adoption and orphan care.
Give a gift in honor or memory of someone you love and ensure they receive an email notification of your gift!
If you would like to designate your gift, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Show Hope is a 501c3 nonprofit organization and your donation is tax-deductible to the fullest extent the law allows.