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Donations to Stay at Home

We are a 501(c)(3) Public Charity that gets no funding from any governmental agency, yet we do work closely with all local Wilton Town services. We rely on donor support because our member fees cover less than half of our expenses. Hence, your contributions to Stay at Home in Wilton are very important for our operation. We will acknowledge all donation with a letter stating that the contribution is fully tax deductable. Tax deductible donations can made out to:

Stay at Home in Wilton, Inc.

And mailed to:
Stay at Home in Wilton, Inc.
P.O. Box 46
Wilton, CT 06897-0046

Pledges can also be sent to the same address using the Pledge form found by clicking here.

Donating appreciated stock shares is particularly attractive because you not only get a full deduction for the value of your shares, you also avoid paying taxes on the capital gain on those shares. Transferring appreciated stock shares is quite easy. Just instruct your broker to transfer the shares via DTC 0443 to “Pershing LLC account number A6G-222413 fbo Stay at Home in Wilton Endowment”. At the same time, please send a letter to our PO Box identifying your transfer and how you want it designated, so that we may appropriately acknowledge it. Any questions should be addressed to the treasurer at dave@shwil.org

You may also use the very secure PayPal System to charge your donation by choosing the amount below. Be sure to include a note in the PayPal donation form of details if the contribution is in honor or in memory of someone. Note, if there is any problem, just close the PayPal session and contact dave@shwil.org

To donate $100 to Stay at Home in Wilton, click on the button below:
To donate $300 to Stay at Home in Wilton, click on the button below:
To donate $1,000 to Stay at Home in Wilton, click on the button below:
To choose to donate another amount to Stay at Home in Wilton, click on the button below, NOTE, if you have previously clicked one of the above buttons, clicking on this button will likely fail. It would be best to start over.
Please click here for a more complete discussion of tax deductibility.

And thank you for your contribution