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Financial Contributions

Friends do not "pass the hat" for donations, or request a financial pledge, but we welcome any contributions.

If you would like to make a contribution to the Meeting, you can (1) drop it in the small wooden box in the Library (labeled Contributions: Tempe Friends Meeting), or (2) put it in an envelope in the Treasurers slot in the Mulit-Purpose Room, or (3) send it by mail to the Treasurer, at the following address:

Tempe Friends Meeting
318 E. 15th Street
Tempe, AZ 85281-6612

Your contributions to Tempe Monthly Meeting could support the following:

  • I-Help
  • Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL)
  • American Friends Service Committee
  • Ramallah Friends School in Palestine
  • Prisoners Visitation and Support
  • Juan Pasco Fund for Lawful Temporary Workers
  • Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors
  • Friends House Moscow
  • Paz de Cristo Community Center
  • Tempe Emergency Assistance Ministries
  • Arizona Ecumenical Council


Planned Giving

If you have some assets that you would like to contribute to the Meeting, there's a way to do that, and earn yourself some money. With a Charitable Giving Annuity, if you make a gift through Friends Fiduciary Corp. with the Meeting as a beneficiary, you can earn a high interest rate and get federal tax benefits. At your death, whatever remains goes to the beneficiary. The interest earned is a function of age, with a minimum age of 50, and a minimum gift of $5,000.  At age 60, as of 7/22/10, for a $10,000 gift, the interest earned was 5.2%; at age 90, it was 9.5 %.

For more information, contact Ed Kearns, 480-831-3351.




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