Most brokers have a standard way to handle the donation of securities to the charity, and most charities are happy to provide you with you the information you need.You can either call the broker or the charity. I seem to recall the list of fees at Scottrade includes how much it costs to transfer a stock to a charity, I suspect it would be similar at Fidelity.- Megan
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