There are many ways to give, but however you give, rest assured your donations are handled responsibly.
Please note: Donation receipts for tax-exemptions/benefits where applicable are issued based on the IMI Chapter you donate through. IMI Global, a registered 501(c)(3) in the US, will provide receipts for US tax exemption benefits.
For general inquiries, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or for any questions regarding donations, please email IMIFinance786@gmail.com.
Please make your checks payable to Imamia Medics International and mail to: IMI, PO Box 8209, Princeton, NJ, 08543, USA.
If you're donating in honor of someone, sponsoring a specific project or campaign, please write the campaign name or project in the memo of your check. Tax receipts will be mailed no later than three to four weeks after your donation has been processed.
We accept international donations online or in the form of bank transfers (after appropriate due dilligence based on US regulations). For bank or wire transfers, please email IMIFinance786@gmail.com for more information. Please note, only donations from within the
Donating from Canada? Give via imicanada.org to claim your tax benefits as well.
Donating from Ireland? Contact IMI Ireland for ways to donate and receive your tax credit.
One of the most advantageous ways to contribute to IMI is through a gift of stock. Making a gift of securities is simple and offers a number of valuable financial benefits:
The procedure to donate stocks start with requesting your stock broker/handler to start the process:
1. Fill out the Partial transfer form. You need the following information for the form.
a. DTC number: 0188.
b. Beneficiary: Imamia Medics International
c. Account number 489974014
2. Email IMIFinance786@gmail.com and email@example.com to inform us of this transaction.
3. Once the transfer is initiated you may use the current market value of your donation for your tax deductions. Please check with your accountant for any limitations therein. There are no liability on you for any capital gains accrued due to the appreciation of stocks in value.