PLANNED & MAJOR GIFTS
TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY
The most common types of tangible personal property contributed to charity include: artworks, jewelry, gems, and other collectibles; motor vehicles, watercraft, and aircraft; livestock, harvested crops, cut timber, and other agricultural products; as well as items of business inventory or equipment.
Tangible personal property is frequently given on an outright basis. However, it can also be transferred through split-interest planned giving vehicles such as charitable remainder trusts.