Ways To Give
Charitable Gift Annuity
The concept of the charitable gift annuity in America dates back to 1843, when a merchant in Boston first donated a gift of money to the American Bible Society in exchange for a flow of income. Today, the concept includes valuable tax benefits for donors. But perhaps more valuable than the financial advantages is the satisfaction donors gain by helping to continue our mission and good works.
Pooled Income Fund
When you contribute to the pooled income fund for our organization, you receive an income for the rest of your life, as well as a current income tax deduction. You make a meaningful gift to us–a gift that also gives back to you.
Charitable Remainder Trust
What are your plans for the future? While there is no single way to achieve all of your personal and financial goals, there is one strategy that can meet many of your needs. It’s called a charitable remainder trust. In the right circumstances, this plan can increase your income, reduce your taxes, unlock appreciated investments, rid you of investment worries and ultimately provide very important support.
Charitable Lead Trust
If your goal is to provide an inheritance for your children, but you would also like to make a significant charitable gift through your estate, find out how a charitable lead trust can help you satisfy both objectives. It’s a charitable lead trust that can provide a significant charitable gift through your estate and provide an inheritance to your children.
Leave your legacy by making a gift in your will to friends, family and charitable organizations. A bequest is one of the simplest ways to remember those you care about most.
Wealth Replacement Trust
Perhaps you would like to make a sizable contribution to us now to help meet our current needs, but you don’t want to reduce the estate you will pass to your family. The solution? Purchase life insurance.
Retained Life Estate
One of your valued possessions, your home, can become a valued gift to us even while you are still living in it, and even if you want your spouse or other survivor to live there for life. This arrangement is called a retained life estate.
Donor-Advised Funds: The Fund That Listens to You
Gone are the days when only people with millions of dollars and names like Rockefeller, Kennedy or Gates could establish family foundations from which to spread their wealth. Now mainstream Americans with a fraction of the resources can take an active role in benefiting their communities through donor-advised funds.
Which Gift Matches Your Goals?
There is a gift for every objective. Find out which gift is right for you.