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Donate Cryptocurrency to Fight Prostate Cancer

When you give cryptocurrency, your generosity means directly supporting prostate cancer patients and their families — and reducing your capital gains taxes in the process.

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Save Lives by Donating Crypto

Transferring your coins is quick, easy, and one of the most tax-efficient ways of giving to charity. The widget on this page will tell you ZERO’s wallet address for the specific coin you’d like to give and lets you provide your contact information so that we can give you a tax receipt for the fair market value of your donation.

It’s one of the most tax-efficient ways of giving to charity; the IRS views giving crypto to a 501(c)(3) as a property donation, so you can both claim the gift as a tax deduction and avoid capital gains taxes on your coins. Talk to your tax advisor, you might be able to save 30% versus converting your coins to fiat.

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Laurel & John's Journey

Laurel's husband, John, was diagnosed with prostate cancer at age 53. In the timespan of just three months, their entire lives were turned upside down by this disease.

Where Your Money Goes

ZERO is the leading national nonprofit with the mission to end prostate cancer and help all who are impacted. ZERO advances research, provides support, and creates solutions to achieve health equity to meet the most critical needs of our community. ZERO has a four out of a four-star rating for financial responsibility from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity evaluator, and 85 cents of every dollar goes directly to programs.

Starting with education, ZERO provides millions of men and families with disease information through our website, printed materials, videos, webinars and social media. Our ZERO360 team of experienced case managers help patients access financial resources, cut through insurance and Medicare red tape, and find emotional support. ZERO also brings together crucial support for anyone who has been affected by a prostate cancer diagnosis. From in-person and online support groups, to one-on-one peer mentorship for both patients and caregivers, ZERO has a caring community of support nationwide to help patients and their families when they need it most.