The Honolulu Boy Choir is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. The Choir supports its operations through generous individual and corporate donations, which are always appreciated. Donations are tax deductible to the extent of IRS and State tax rules & regulations. Please consult your accountant for specific rulings. There are several ways in which you can donate to the choir.
Gifts of Cash
The most popular way of giving to the Choir is in the form of a cash gift. Check is payable to 'The Honolulu Boy Choir'.
Gifts of goods and services are always welcome.
Gifts of Appreciated Property
An alternative to gifts of cash is gifts of appreciated property which include marketable securities, real estate, or tangible personal property. Gifts of capital gain property are deductible at fair market value on the date of contribution.
Gifts of Life Insurance
Naming The Honolulu Boy Choir as the owner and beneficiary of a life insurance policy is a good way to make a large donation with a nominal cost to the donor. Premiums for such policies are tax deductible.
A bequest to The Honolulu Boy Choir is truly a gift of a lifetime. If you are interested in how you can include The Honolulu Boy Choir in your will, or how you can establish a permanent family legacy, please contact The Honolulu Boy Choir. Additionally, your personal tax advisor or attorney can provide you with information about the best way of giving.
If you are interested in donating gifts other than cash, please contact The Honolulu Boy Choir, 808-596-sing (7464) or send us an email.