Make checks payable to “The Carol Emmott Foundation.”

Mail to:  

The Carol Emmott Foundation
Attn: Felisa Schneider, Chief Operating Officer
4931 SW 76th Ave #229
Portland, OR 97225


In most cases, donating appreciated securities can be a cost-effective way to benefit you and The Foundation.

Donors can usually deduct the full fair market value of appreciated long-term assets held for more than one year, such as stocks, bonds, or mutual funds. In addition, if you donate stocks or other investments, you pay no capital gains tax.

Donating investments—especially highly appreciated securities—instead of cash can be a very effective and tax-efficient way to support the organization. Contributing the securities directly (vs. selling them first and donating cash) increases the amount of your gift as well as your deduction.

For more information, consult with your investment advisor and/or tax consultant.


Planned giving is a unique charitable tool that allows you to support The Carol Emmott Foundation’s programs and mission for many years to come, while also fulfilling your own financial goals and objectives. You can help achieve our vision of transforming health for all by making a gift into the future. This gift can take many forms.

Consider naming The Foundation as a beneficiary of your:
– Will, trust, or other estate plan
– Retirement plan or life insurance policy

Those who remember The Carol Emmott Foundation in their will or estate plan receive recognition in The Foundation’s Legacy Circle, a select group of members who are dedicated to preserving and continuing our mission.

For More Information:

Felisa Schneider, Chief Operating Officer, The Carol Emmott Foundation


The Carol Emmott Fellowship and The Equity Collaborative are programs of The Carol Emmott Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. The Federal Tax ID number is 84-1882898.