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The role of stocks and other non-cash gifts

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Since the IRS began releasing studies indicating the role non-cash gifts play in charitable donations, this type of giving has been gaining prominence. In 2005 alone, non-cash gifts accounted for over $41 billion in charitable contributions, an 11 percent increase over the previous year.

This article, written by Sharpe Group chief operating officer Barlow T. Mann and published by the Planned Giving Design Center, provides an in-depth look at non-cash gifts for fundraisers accustomed to the traditional monetary gift.

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