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Planned giving

Planned giving

Planned giving

When you think of leaving a philanthropic legacy, you search for a cause that is dear to your heart, where you know you can truly make a difference, and where your “ultimate gift” will be maintained and multiplied through sound management practices. Shriners Hospitals for Children offers a remarkable philanthropic opportunity to give new health and new hope to children now and in the future.

There are many details to be considered with a charitable planned gift, so please consult your attorney and tax advisor before you decide if any method of giving is right for your situation.

Wills and bequests

A bequest is a method to ensure the legacy of Shriners Hospitals for Children. This method is given through identifying Shriners Hospitals for Children as the beneficiary in your will. Bequests under wills may reduce estate taxes.

Life estate agreements

A personal residence or farm may be given as a charitable gift, with the donor retaining the right to use the property for life.

Charitable gift annuity

This is a method of giving which provides the donor (and a second beneficiary, if desired) with a fixed income for life.

Gifts of life insurance

Shriners Hospitals for Children can be designated as the irrevocable beneficiary and owner of an insurance policy.

Charitable remainder trusts

The use of charitable remainder trusts (CRTs) has become an increasingly popular way to make a generous charitable contribution, receive tax savings and generate income for you and your family.

To request additional information, please contact:

Director of Development
Angelique Heinzen, CFRE
509-744-1242
Email

   
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