Contributing to the Second Century of Iowa Scouting
Gifts of Cash: An outright gift of cash to the Endowment Fund is the most direct way to support Scouting. Immediate endowment funding is urgently needed. When considering the size of your gift, remember you may make a pledge over several years.
Gifts of Appreciated Assets: Any appreciated asset, such as stock, donated to the Endowment Fund qualifies for both a federal and state tax deduction and avoids tax on capital gains.
Gifts of Real Estate and Tangible Personal Property: A little used vacation home, idle family farm, building lot, fine art, are all allowable charitable gifts.
Bequests, Gift Annuities, and other Planned Gifts: Planned gift opportunities may include bequests, pledges, living trusts, gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, and life insurance.
Mid-Iowa Council, Boy Scouts of America is a 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit organization. Gifts to the Endowment Fund are fully tax deductible as allowed by law. Contributions should be made to:
Mid-Iowa Council Endowment Fund
Boy Scouts of America
Council’s Endowment Fund is professionally managed by BSAAM - Boy Scouts of America Asset Management – a division of the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America and advised by Mid-Iowa Council’s Investment Committee.