Yes. You Can Share Your Shares!
How Should I Transfer My Shares?
Electronic delivery of stock shares is the most secure and expedient delivery process available and provides efficient internal control, as well as, cost savings. However, you may also transfer certificates directly. To help you facilitate a gift of stock, please use the following instructions.
You’ll Need to Provide Notification of Donor Intent
Regardless of the method chosen to deliver a gift of stock, the donor or the transferring broker must provide the following information, for audit and acknowledgment purposes:
Donor’s name and complete address
Name and number of securities transferred
Specific program to which gift should be directed, if any
You may provide a letter or send an e-mail to communicate this information at time of transfer to:
303-371-9250 ext. 219
What You’ll Need To Deliver Your Securities Electronically
The following information will enable your broker to facilitate an electronic transfer of stock:
Brokerage: Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC
5613 DTC Parkway, Suite 1000
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Acct. Rep: Renee M. Arko
First Vice President – Investment Officer
DTC Number: 0141
Acct. Name: Food Bank of the Rockies / (Tax I.D. # 84-0772672)
Acct. Number: 2490-7259
Here’s the Information to Deliver Your Securities by Mail
Mail your endorsed certificate(s) and stock power, in separate envelopes, by registered mail, to:
Food Bank of the Rockies
Attn: Development Department
10700 E. 45th Ave.
Denver, CO 80239
Here’s Our Refund Policy
Food Bank of the Rockies is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization that collects contributions from donors. As required by the IRS, Food Bank of the Rockies has exclusive legal control over donations to its funds. All donations are final and may not be refunded.