How To Make A Donation

The Brett T. Bailey Foundation is a donor advised fund at a tax exempt 501(c)(3) public charity, the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund. Donations to the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund are tax deductible. As such, donors do not, and may not, receive goods or services in exchange for their charitable contributions. Making a contribution to the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund for the Brett T. Bailey Foundation does not entitle you to any advisory privileges with respect to funds held in the Brett T. Bailey Foundation. Contributions to the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund that are allocated to the Brett T. Bailey Foundation are subject to the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund’s policies and guidelines.

Donations to the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund for the Brett T. Bailey Foundation may be sent to the below address:

The Brett T. Bailey Foundation
58 Fairview Avenue
Verona, NJ 07044

Checks should be made out to the Brett T Bailey Foundation @ Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund and should reference the Brett T. Bailey Foundation in the memo line.

** It is our intention that proceeds that from the Brett T. Bailey Foundation will be used to provide scholarship funds to charitable institutions on behalf of individuals and families who have demonstrated personal sacrifice in their service to their Country, Community or Fellowman. Please note that all distributions from the Brett T. Bailey Foundation are made at the recommendation of the Account Holders, and are subject to the review and approval of the Trustees of the Fidelity
Charitable Gift Fund.**

We are currently working with the State of New Jersey National Guard and Reservists, to financially assist those active individuals and families in need, who have decided to make the ultimate sacrifice, to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan, to preserve our way of life.

For more information on the Brett T. Bailey Foundation, please contact:

The Brett T. Bailey Foundation
58 Fairview Avenue
Verona, NJ 07044

Email: TheMakoRodeo@gmail.com

Please note: The Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund may not issue tax receipts for contributions under $250, so those donors may not be able to substantiate their charitable deductions to the IRS, if a charitable income tax deduction is sought.