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Ways to Give to
Gianna Center of Philadelphia



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Checks can be made payable to The CFGP with Gianna Center Fund in the memo section and mailed to:

The Catholic Foundation of Greater Philadelphia

P.O. Box 71224

Philadelphia, PA 19176

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Appreciated Securities

Stocks, bonds, and/or mutual funds can be accepted on behalf of Gianna Center Fund through CFGP.

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Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCDs)

QCDs, also known as IRA Charitable Rollovers, are the savviest way for individuals age 70 and a half or older to use their IRAs to maximise their charitable impact. Learn more by visiting

Planned Gifts

CFGP can accept a wide range of planned gifts on behalf of Gianna Center Fund, such as bequests through wills and charitable trusts. Visit CFGP's website at and complete this online form if you intend on supporting the longevity of Gianna Center Fund:

Donor Advised Fund

If you have a Donor Advised Fund, contact for information on how to distribute money from your fund directly to Gianna Center Fund.

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The Catholic Foundation of Greater Philadelphia (CFGP) is an independent, nonprofit community foundation committed to growing philanthropy according to the teachings of Jesus Christ. Grounded in the principles of faith and service, CFGP meets the diverse needs of donor and Catholic institutions through charitable fund management and development consulting.

Will you help us continue our non-profit mission helping women and families? 

Checks can be made out to Gianna Center of Philadelphia and sent by post to:

P.O. Box 71224

Philadelphia, PA 19176

As a  501(c)(3) non-profit organization, the Gianna Center of Philadelphia is able to provide services to women and families in need only through your generous support. In addition to servicing low income patients the Gianna Center is dedicated to helping train the next generation of  health care professionals through mentoring and clinical instruction. 

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