The Libertore Fund for Children is a foundation that is managed by a board of directors. We assist nonprofit organizations with grants and donations. We research each organization to assess their effectiveness, cost-efficiency, transparency, and need for funding in order to maximize the value of each contribution.
We are a non-profit public 501(c)3 charity. All contributions are tax deductible to the extent provided by the law. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll free within the State of Florida 1-800-435-7352. Registration number is CH49581.
Cash or Credit Card
LibFund welcomes cash gifts, the most common form of giving. You just have to write a check in our name and mail it with any instructions that you may have for your gift. Your other option is to fill out the form and pay through PayPal on our website.
Gifts in Remembrance
Remember someone that has passed away by giving in their name to help a child in need. You will be informed of all donations given in your loved one’s name.
Gifts By Wills and Living Trusts
Consider leaving a gift through your will or living trust. You retain full use of your gift assets during your life. When considering this option, we recommend that you consult with your CPA or attorney for bequest language and tax benefits.
- General Bequest specifies that we will receive a designated sum.
- Percentage Bequest states that we will receive a certain predetermined percentage of your estate.
- Contingent Bequest is contingent on some event. For example, you could make a primary bequest for a relative, with the contingency that if that relative is not living at the time of your death, the bequest will pass to LibFund. Or, in the case of your husband or wife, you could stipulate that if your spouse is not living at the time of your death, then the bequest will pass to The Libertore Fund for Children.