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Legal Information

Legal Name and Address:

Habitat for Humanity International, Inc.
121 Habitat St.
Americus, GA 31709

Tax ID Number: 91-1914868

Click here for a copy of Habitat's 501(c)(3) determination letter.

How to Make a Gift of Securities

There are several ways to make a gift of securities.

If you have the actual certificate, you can mail the unendorsed certificate and a signed stock power (in separate envelopes) to our Planned Giving department. The gift date is determined by the postmarks on the envelopes. Most financial institutions can provide stock powers, or, if you prefer, we will send one to you.

The fastest and easiest way to make a stock gift is to have your broker perform an electronic transfer. He or she will need the following information:

DTC #: 0057

Account Name: Habitat for Humanity International

Account #: 100-10367-1

Brokerage: Edward Jones, St. Louis, Mo.

Important: please be certain to notify us when you've made a gift of securities.

Please notify:
Stock Gift Coordinator
121 Habitat St.
Americus, GA 31709

office: 229-410-7674
Fax: 229-410-7125

Email KShepard@habitat.org

If you have the actual certificate, you can mail the unendorsed certificate and a signed stock power (in separate envelopes) to our Stock Gift Coordinator.



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The information in this website is not intended as legal advice. For legal advice, please consult an attorney. Figures cited in examples are for hypothetical purposes only and are subject to change. References to income tax apply to federal taxes only. Federal estate tax, state income/estate taxes or state law may impact your results.


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