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Here you will find the various ways you can contribute to your fund.
You can also download a PDF version of this chart here.

How to Give to Your Fund

WHAT TO GIVEHOW TO GIVECONTACT
Cash By CheckMake checks payable to “Community Funds, Inc.” Write
the fund name and number in the memo, and mail to:

Community Funds Inc
P.O. Box 22472
New York, NY 10087-2472
or
Delivery Services Other than US Postal Service:
JPMorgan Chase – Lockbox Processing
Attn: Community Funds Inc and 22472
4 Chase Metrotech Center
7th floor East
Brooklyn, NY 11245
Jannette Andaluz,
Financial Administrator

Email: jan@nyct-cfi.org
Cash By WireStep 1: Ask your bank to make the transfer to:

JPMorgan Chase Bank
383 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10179
ABA No. 021 000 021
Account Name: Community Funds, Inc.
Account Number: 134 757 998
Please reference the fund name and fund number.

Step 2: Notify us of your gift. Let us know the amount and date you are planning to transfer so we can make sure it is received and properly credited. We have no way of matching you with your gift unless you notify us.
Jannette Andaluz
See above.
Credit CardVisit our secure CharityWeb site at
https://ssl.charityweb.net/nycommunitytrust
Jannette Andaluz
See above.
DTC TransfersMost stock gifts can be delivered to our brokerage account through DTC. If you are uncertain whether your gift is eligible for DTC, please contact your broker or custodian bank.

Step 1: Ask your broker or custodian bank to deliver the shares to:
Pershing LLC, DTC #0443
Account Number: N7M100327
Account Name: Community Funds, Inc.

Step 2: Notify us of the details of your gift:
•Name of the security and number of shares
•Fund name and number to receive the gift
•Name of the broker or bank and contact person at the institution

DTC identifies only the sending institution. We have no way of matching you with your gift unless you notify us.
Raymond Salibur,
Sr. Investment Administrator

Email: rps@nyct-cfi.org
Other SecuritiesThe following gifts require special instructions and may require special handling: Mutual fund shares, stock certificates, bonds, or securities in dividend reinvestment plans.Raymond Salibur
See above.
Unusual GiftsFor more about unusual gifts, such as closely held stock, partnership interests, real estate, and art, please contact Jane Wilton.Jane Wilton, General Counsel
Email: janewilton@nyct-cfi.org
Matching GiftsRemember to check if your employer has a matching gift program—some also match gifts from spouses/retirees. Let us know if you expect your gift to be matched.Jannette Andaluz
See above.