Ways to donate now

💳 Credit or debit card and PayPal

You can make a one-time or monthly donation in US dollars or Mexican pesos with your credit or debit card in the following ways:

  1. At our home in Santa Julia #15, Colonia Santa Julia, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico
  2. We go to your home and take the bank terminal so you can make the donation.
  3. Donations by card in Mexican pesos will be directed to the Center for Adolescents in San Miguel de Allende and those in U.S. dollars to San Miguel – CASA, Inc.
  4. Online by credit card or PayPal in the following form:

If you need a tax recipt for Mexico select Donate in Mexican Pesos.

With your donation you support more low-income women to give birth, bring libraries to rural communities, distribute free contraceptives, among other services.

💵 Cash

Cash is always a great way to donate and we can go personally to your home to receive the donation if you live in San Miguel de Allende; or you can come to our finance office in Santa Julia 15, Colonia Santa Julia, San Miguel de Allende; tel 415 15 4 60 90 ext 115 with Accountant Paulina Hernandez. Generally your donation is 100% deductible with the government, depending on your personal circumstances and we will be sending you your receipt according to the law.

📄 Checks

Mexican peso checks should be made out to “Centro para los Adolescentes de San Miguel de Allende AC” and sent to the following address:

Santa Julia #15, Colonia Santa Julia, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico

Please include your full name, address, email and phone number so we can issue your receipt.

We can also pick up the check at your home if you are in San Miguel de Allende or nearby cities.

US dollar checks should be made out to “San Miguel CASA, Inc. and sent to the following address:

San Miguel – CASA, Inc.
5501A Balcones Road No. 188 Austin, TX 78731

We can also pick up the check at your home if you are in San Miguel de Allende or nearby cities.

When you send us your check, please include your full name, address, email and phone number so we can issue your receipt.

If you are in the United States and wish to go to the right bank to deposit your donation check for CASA, contact us at presidente@casa.org.mx for instructions. If you have any questions about donation checks in U.S. dollars, you can send an email to presidente@casa.org.mx.

🏦 Bank Deposit Transfer

Donations in Mexican pesos can be made to the account 0103981991 of BBVA Bancomer in the name of “Centro para los Adolescentes de San Miguel de Allende AC” or to the CLABE: 012210001039819913 of BBVA Bancomer. Then, call or email the Accountant Paulina at finanzas@casa.org.mx, who will take your information in order to issue your receipt. If you wish to make a bank to bank transfer, please contact Paulina for assistance.

If you would like to make a donation in U.S. dollars as a direct bank deposit to our U.S. bank account or make a bank-to-bank transfer, please send an email to presidente@casa.org.mx or bobcocke@yahoo.com or call U.S. 512 913 1162 for instructions.

📉 Actions and values

Stocks, mutual funds, bonds and other securities in Mexican pesos that are given to can result in considerable tax savings for the donor. Arrangements for your donation can be made between your broker and ouer office. For more information, contact finanzas@casa.org.mx or presidente@casa.org.mx, telephone 415 15 4 60 90 ext 115. For donations of stocks, mutual funds, bonds and other securities in U.S. dollars, write to presidente@casa.org.mx or call 512 913 1162.

🏡 Real Estate

There are several methods for donating real estate, and donors are usually entitled to a tax deduction. Contact finanzas@casa.org.mx tel 415 15 4 60 90 ext 115 for information if you are considering a donation of real estate.

💻 Tangible gifts

Tangible gifts, such as medical equipment, contraceptives, books, computer equipment, etc; can be donated. for use by our staff or people we support. Please call 415 15 4 60 90 ext 115 in Mexico or 415 15 2 20 54 in Mexico or 512 913 1162 in the United States.

🏆 Commemorative and Honorary Donations

You can make a commemorative or honorary gift in Mexican pesos to or in U.S. dollars to honor a loved one or to commemorate a significant event such as an anniversary or to give prestige to your organization. For more information please call 415 15 4 60 90 ext 115 in Mexico or 415 15 2 20 54 or 512 913 1162 in the United States.

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Together we can plan for the future.

Please consider the following ways to donate:

What is a legacy?

It is a gift made through your willingness or trust to support us. You can donate a specific dollar amount or asset, a percentage of your estate, the balance or residue of your property, or make a beneficiary designation for certain assets.

With the help of an advisor or lawyer, you can include language in your will or trust that specifies what you want to do.

There are benefits to making a legacy:

  1. You leave a lasting legacy to be remembered
  2. Reduces your family’s tax burden
  3. You can receive estate tax savings

We can provide you with a free estate planning guide.

You can earmark your legacy for our operating budget or our endowment and before you make your decisions we can have a personal meeting with you to help you see how our nonprofit organization plans for long-term stability and assumes fiscal responsibility and viability. It is very important to us that you are considering an investment in our future and we want you to have as much information about us as possible. Please send us an email or call us to set up an appointment. In Mexico the phone number is 52 415 15 4 60 90 ext 115 and in the United States 512 913 1163.

What are planned gift options that provide tax and income benefits?

There are many such options – for example, gifts of stocks and bonds; real estate, retirement assets such as a gift from your IRA, 401(k), pension or other tax-deferred plan; a gift of insurance such as a life insurance policy or charitable trust or annuity trust; or a charitable lead trust. Another option is a reserved life estate in which you give your property to our organization but retain the right to use the property during your lifetime.