Tax free donating option through National Foundation for Transplants

Thanks to your incredible contributions we were able to collect more than $400k globally within only three days. This gives us strong hope that we can soon reach $1M to cover the cost of Mikhael’s life-saving treatment. 

We are also excited to now partner with the National Foundation for Transplants, a registered 501(c)(3) charity, allowing both cash and stock donations and making them tax-deductible in the US. For new donations please go directly to the NFT donations page.

Donations to the National Foundation for Transplants are also subject to employer matching that can double the donation amount. For example, the GE Foundation1 will double donations made by any GE employee to the above-mentioned charity if the donation is registered on the GE Philanthropy website. See FAQ about the matching program at GE. Many other companies have similar matching programs! Donating through your company matching program will double your donation! Please indicate that the donation is “in honor of Mikhael Krotov”.

In addition, NFT allows donations in stock. Read about stock contributions here and find the specific instructions for donations in honor of Mikhael here. Thank you all for your generosity and your support!

1“The GE Foundation created the concept of a corporate matching gift program in 1954. The program supports employees in their personal philanthropy/charitable giving by providing a 1:1 match. Today, the GE Foundation Matching Gifts Program continues to serve as an important element of the Foundation’s portfolio, with gifts matched in 2019 totaling nearly $18 million.” Learn more here.

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