Collections, Tangible Property, and Other Assets
How It Works
Collections and tangible personal property
Any physical object of value that includes, but isn’t limited to artwork, antiques, rare books, collections (such as stamps or coins), rugs, pianos, and much more. Many of the pieces in the McMullen Museum’s collection and books in the Burns Library were given to the University by generous donors.
If your property can be used for the mission of the University (also called related use property), such as artwork donated to the McMullen Museum, you could potentially receive a charitable deduction for your gift.
There are many additional assets that may be used to fund a gift to Boston College, including but not limited to:
- Business interests
- Copyrights or royalties
- Oil and gas interests
- Contact the Office of Gift Planning to discuss your gift details.
- Review Form 8283 and its instructions for more information on non-cash charitable contributions.
BC’s legal name, address and tax ID:
The Trustees of Boston College
140 Commonwealth Avenue
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
Tax ID 04-2103545
AT A GLANCE
- Rare books
- Personal collections
- Business Interests
- Avoid capital gains tax
- Receive a charitable deduction
- Support BC and its mission with your personal treasures or unique assets
How Can We Help?
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