How to Maximize the
Impact of Your Crypto Donation
It’s not easy to make huge gains in crypto. If you’re ready to give back by donating your crypto to charity, here’s how to do it the smart way.
Today, more than 1,400 nonprofit organizations are set up to accept your cryptocurrency donation with The Giving Block.
Champion your cause with crypto
Crypto is paving the way for a new era in fundraising. From funding disaster relief operations to providing hot meals for families in need—your crypto makes a difference.
Whether you plan to give 10 ETH or 10,000 SHIB, we offer several ways to help you make the most of your crypto donation.
Optimize for tax savings
Don’t sell your crypto and make a cash donation! It can be way more tax-friendly to donate your crypto directly to a charitable organization. To donate crypto to lower their taxes, it’s best to.
Distribute your generosity
Put the concept of effective altruism into practice by giving to one of our Impact Index Funds, which bundle together multiple nonprofits working towards thematically-similar goals. Your donation to a fund is distributed evenly to each participating nonprofit.
Help crypto philanthropy go mainstream
Nonprofits are leading the way in institutional crypto adoption. Show your leadership as a crypto donor by committing to donate 1% or more of your crypto gains each year—which helps encourage more nonprofits to join the crypto revolution.
However You Give, Make Your Donation Count
We offer nearly a dozen ways to make a cryptocurrency donation to a charitable cause. From giving through corporate partnerships to individual donations to nonprofits, explore your options and find the method that’s right for you.
About The Giving Block
The Giving Block makes Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency fundraising easy for nonprofits. Empowering mission-driven organizations, charities, universities, and faith-based organizations of all sizes to leverage crypto technology to achieve their mission. Discover why cryptocurrency is the fastest growing donation method for Millennial and Gen-Z donors, at TheGivingBlock.com.