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Planned Giving means that you can continue to give to the causes you care about — forever. It allows you to make larger gifts by offering donors many giving instruments. Planned Giving may provide you with an immediate tax benefit, allowing you to bypass capital gains taxes and avoid taxes on your estate while having an immediate and lasting benefit for you and your family.

Charitable Remainder Trust

You can transfer cash and assets to an irrevocable trust and may receive income for life or a certain term of years. The remainder passes to TPF, creating a permanent fund in your name.

Charitable Bequests

A bequest in your will or trust can direct specific assets to fund or add to an existing fund.

Charitable Lead Trust

Set up a trust that generates dividends. Throughout the term of the trust, earned dividends go to TPF. The remaining assets go to your heirs, tax-free, on the trust’s appreciation.

Real Estate and Bargain Sales

You can retain the right to use your real estate during your lifetime while you receive an immediate tax deduction or can sell an asset to TPF for less than the fair market value and use the difference in value as your gift.

Retirement Plans

Any retirement plan such as an IRA or a 401(k) or life insurance policy allows you to create a named fund with TPF. Name TPF as the beneficiary and your legacy lives on through the assets transferred to TPF after you pass away.

Charitable Gift Annuities

A simple contract guarantees you a fixed income in exchange for a gift to TPF. The American Council on Gift Annuities sets annuity rates.

For further information please visit our Planned Giving page, here