The Lawyers’ Committee for 911 Inquiry is classified by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) charitable and educational foundation. Contributions are tax-deductible. There are several ways to donate to our Committee and we welcome any amount that works for you.
3. By Check
Lawyers’ Committee for 911 Inquiry
c/o Executive Director Mick Harrison
520 S. Walnut Street, #1147
Bloomington, IN 47402
a. Giving appreciated stocks, bonds or mutual funds can be a tax-efficient way to donate
b. May reduce capital gains tax by donating directly instead of by selling the security
c. Can deduct the full current market value when security is donated to the charity
a. PATH Act – a special tax Bill that permits tax-free Charitable Transfers from IRAs
b. Americans over 70 ½ are required to take a minimum distribution from IRAs (RMD) each year
c. They can distribute up to $100,000 annually without paying federal taxes if that distribution goes directly to a charity with 501(c)(3) status.
NOTE: Please consult your tax advisor to make sure donating securities or from your IRA applies to you.
To learn more about donating securities or funds from your IRA, please contact our Treasurer Julio Gomez at