know you can arrange for a future gift to 1868
Foundation by remembering our organization in your will or trust? By utilizing one of the creative alternatives outlined below, many
people find that they can provide adequately for their family and still include the 1868 Foundation in their
As you are in the process of completing or updating your estate documents, and would like to consider including the 1868 Foundation in your estate planning, you may find the information presented below to be of
Examples of Legacy Gifts
· Nonprofits of every size rely greatly on outright gifts.
For many nonprofits outright gifts are funds they can use today and are crucial
to our survival. We thank you for
your continued support in the manner.
alternative to a cash donation would be an outright gift of appreciated
assets which optimizes tax benefits for the majority of donors.
· For donors who
prefer to make major donations at the end of their life, the bequest has
many advantages, including
simplicity, economy, revocability, ease of change, and asset availability.
· The charitable
gift annuity allows donors to make a relatively small irrevocable
commitment to a charity. Secondary benefits, such as tax benefits
and investment options may be best
achieved with a charitable gift annuity.
· Giving trusts and other
split interest gifts are complex devices. Their principle advantage is their
flexibility in providing solutions to
specialized and complex wealth, tax, and estate situations.
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Foundation carry out our important work forever, simply fill out the either of
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