Many workplaces offer easy ways to support local organizations through annual United Way campaigns, State Employee Combined Appeal (SECA) and the Three Rivers Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). You have the opportunity to designate Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank for a donation through all of these annual giving campaigns. Please use the appropriate code(s) below to select the Food Bank to receive your support.
A gift of appreciated stocks, bonds or mutual funds is an excellent way to support Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. Your donation will still be eligible for a tax deduction, and it may allow you to avoid or reduce capital gains taxes. For more information on potential tax advantages, please consult with your financial advisor. Gifts of securities can easily be made by asking your broker to transfer the stock to Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank’s account at Charles Schwab & Co.
Please provide your broker with the following information:
Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.
601 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Account Number: 8105-0844
Please have your broker notify the Food Bank of the expected stock gift by completing our Stock Notification and Transmittal Form.
*It is very important that you or your broker provide your gift information. Our broker often receives stock without the donor’s identity included. Completion of your gift details will help us to identify your gift and process your acknowledgment quickly.
You can make a significant donation without paying a penny in your lifetime. When you include the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank in your will, you provide future generations with the nutritious meals they need. Giving is easy, and there are several options available. The simplest way is to list the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank as a beneficiary in your will and designate a percentage of your estate or a lump-sum gift. You can also make a charitable contribution through your IRA or life insurance policy. The Food Bank’s tax ID number is 25-1420599.
No matter the gift size, please let us know if you have included the food bank in your estate plans so we can properly thank you! If you don’t have a will, we are happy to help you get started. For more information, please contact Liz McFarlin-Marciak, Director of Major & Planned Giving at 412-745-0534 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your car, pickup, van, motorcycle, RV or boat can help fight hunger when you donate it to Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. The vehicle must be complete, including tires, motor, driveline and transmission, but it doesn’t need to run. We operate our vehicle donation program through Vehicles for Charity.
Donating your car to the Food Bank is easy! Vehicles for Charity picks up your car and handles the title work, saving you from the hassle of trying to sell your own car.
Want to know more? Check out our Vehicle Donation FAQ.
Ready to donate? Click here to fill out the vehicle donation form, and a representative will contact you shortly (please have your title handy).
It takes more than food to run the Food Bank and its many projects. We gladly accept donations of goods and services, equipment, gift cards, professional services, and other gifts and resources that help us meet the need in our community. If you have time, talent or treasure you can contribute, please contact our Community Fundraising team at email@example.com.
In addition to donating online, contributions to Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank can be made via mail or phone.
Credit card donations can be made over the phone by calling the Food Bank at 412-460-3663 (MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express accepted).
If you prefer to donate by mail, please mail a money order or check payable to Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank at:
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
1 N. Linden St.
Duquesne, PA 15110