If you file a joint return as most married people do then it doesn't matter a bit.
Also, be aware that your itemized deductions, which would include your charitable contributions, state and local income and property taxes, mortgage interest, excess medical deductions, etc.... would need to exceed $24,400 ($25,700 if one over 65 or $27,000 if both over 65) in 2019 in order for you to get any tax benefit from your charitable contributions.
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