Gifts of stock and bequests are excellent means of contributing to YES. Your tax adviser or legal expert can offer further insight into the tax benefits of these gifts.
Contact YES and we will help you transfer a stock. You may be eligible for an additional tax deduction for giving stock that is worth more now than when you paid for it.
Proceeds of Depreciated Stock:
If you own depreciated stock, you may benefit more by selling the stock and donating the proceeds to us. Selling depreciated stock may entitle you to an additional tax deduction.
Include Youth Emergency Services of Omaha in your estate plans. Your gift can change the future for our community. Contact us for estate planning materials.
In the News
yesomaha on 11/11/2015
“It is easier to build young children than to repair broken men” – Frederick Douglass We greatly appreciate you taking the time to learn more about youth homelessness and checking out our blog. This is made possible by the hard work and dedication of Youth Emergency Services’ Youth Advisory Council. The Council is comprised of […]
yesomaha on 08/26/2015
For a couple of months, Plant One More has been partnering with Youth Emergency Services to provide fresh, homegrown produce to the youth served by YES. YES youth have been excited to receive this generous, weekly gift, and YES wanted to share the story of how this program came to be. We checked in with […]
yesomaha on 05/07/2015
It is rare to find such positive trends towards such a large scale issue as the extraordinary declines in teen pregnancy in the United States. According to the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned pregnancy, since the early 1990s, teen pregnancy and birth rates in the United State have declined by 52% and 57% […]
yesomaha on 12/30/2014
Wendy Hamilton, Fund Development Director with Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska, contacted Youth Emergency Services (YES) in early November with a simple request: she had a group of dedicated young ladies eager to serve their community, and wanted to give back to YES during the holiday season. The best part? The girls indicated that instead of […]