The IRS classifies cryptocurrency as property for tax purposes which means it is typically the most tax efficient way to support a nonprofit. When donating crypto, you receive a tax deduction for the fair market value of the crypto, and you avoid the capital gains tax you would have incurred if you sold the crypto and then donated.*

* Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent provided by law. In the United States, the IRS has classified cryptocurrency as property for tax purposes. This means that when someone donates cryptocurrencies to a 501(c)(3) nonprofit like Apex for Youth, donors do not have to pay capital gains tax and it is tax-deductible if you provide your email address. While donors can give anonymously, donors will not receive a tax receipt unless an email address is provided.

Cryptocurrencies accepted:

Bitcoin (BTC)Enjin Coin (ENJ)Storj (STORJ)
Ethereum (ETH)Fantom (FTM)SushiSwap (SUSHI)
Basic Attention Token (BAT)Filecoin (FIL)Synthetix (SNX)
Aave (AAVE)Gemini Dollar (GUSD)Tezos (XTZ)
Alchemix (ALCX)Injective Protocol (INJ)The Graph (GRT)
Amp (AMP)Kyber Network (KNC)The Sandbox (SAND)
Ankr Network (ANKR)Litecoin (LTC)Smooth Love Potion (SLP)
Axie Infinity Shards (AXS)Livepeer (LPT)Terra (LUNA)
Balancer (BAL)Loopring (LRC)TerraUSD (UST)
Bancor Network Token (BNT)Maker (MKR)UMA (UMA)
BarnBridge (BOND)Moss Carbon Credit (MCO2)Yearn.Finance (YFI)
ChainLink (LINK)Orchid (OXT)Zcash (ZEC)
Compound (COMP)PAX Gold (PAXG)0x (ZRX)
Curve (CRV)Polygon1inch (1INCH)
Dai (DAI)Ren (REN) 
Decentraland (MANA)Skale (SKL) 
Dogecoin (DOGE)Somnium Space (CUBE)