Planned giving is a broad term that can be described as an activity utilized by donors and charities that integrates sound personal financial and estate planning concepts that are designed to provide mutual short-term and long-term benefits.
Options for planned giving are many and, while a bequest in a will is the most common, others such as life insurance and retirement plan assets are other attractive planned giving options.
Your planned gift to the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation can be a significant, meaningful way for you to positively impact the lives of people affected by cutaneous lymphoma now and in the future. The people you help may or may not ever know you, but they will be grateful for the life-changing legacy you leave.
As your partner in planned giving, we’ll help you realize your financial goals now and carry forward your charitable spirit in the years ahead. Please also remember that every gift of any size is important and will help us make sure that each person with cutaneous lymphoma gets the best care possible.
As you consider making a planned gift to the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation, we encourage you to keep in mind the many options that enable you to take into consideration your personal circumstances and the needs of your heirs while making a meaningful and special gift to the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation:
Click here to learn how you can help people affected by cutaneous lymphoma by designating the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation as beneficiary of proceeds from your will or living trust. Naming the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation in your will is one of the most popular and simplest ways to make a planned gift to our Foundation, and it also entitles you to membership in The Legacy Circle.
Click here to learn how you can continue supporting our work after your lifetime by designating the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy.
Click here to learn how you can designate the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation beneficiary of your retirement plan assets allowing you to avoid the very high tax burden associated with these assets.
If you have already included the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation in your estate plans, thank you so much for your generosity, and please contact Kira Mann, Director of Development, at 248.644.9014, ext. 5, or firstname.lastname@example.org with notification of your plans.
Please also contact Jennifer if you are interested in making a planned gift to the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation or would like to learn more.
Informing us of your plans is a good idea for several reasons. First, it allows you to ensure that we understand your wishes so that your gift will be used exactly as you intend. Second, it allows the Foundation to make note of your gift as we plan for the future. And, importantly, it gives us the opportunity to honor you and express our appreciation in a variety of ways.
Please remember the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation in your estate plan. On behalf of those we serve, thank you.