A Guide to Gift Planning:
Call to Freedom’s mission is to navigate a healthy path from victim to survivor through victim-centered responsive services to those who have experienced exploitation and human trafficking. Our vision is to create a cohesive community model of care and support for victims brining communities together while educating and advocating to stop human trafficking. Will you help our mission?
What is planned giving?
Planned giving is the process of donors committing to a planned gift which are charitable contributions that are a part of a donor’s financial or estate plans. Planned giving has a major impact on how an organization is able to plan for its future and sustain itself in the long run.
A charitable bequest is a donation explicitly stated in someone’s will or trust. Anyone can make a charitable bequest, and it can be of any value. There are many benefits to leaving a bequest. It will allow you to leave a legacy behind, either for yourself or a loved one. There are also many tax benefits and it is flexible and easy to update.
Charitable Gift Annuity:
A charitable gift annuity is a contract between you and Call to Freedom that provides you with a stream of payments for life. You make a gift of cash or property and in return, payments will be made to you, a loved one, or someone else. After all payments have been made, Call to Freedom will receive the remaining value of your gift to support the causes that matter to you.
Life Insurance Policies:
A life insurance policy can allow you to leave a legacy. It’s as simple as naming the organization the beneficiary of your life insurance policy. Because you can have more than one beneficiary, you can divide the benefit among your loved ones and Call to Freedom.
Donating an IRA or other retirement asset can be a tax-smart estate planning strategy. There are two ways to donate retirement funds, during your lifetime or as part of an estate plan.
For more information or assistance: Please contact Kassidy Peters, Director of Development at [email protected] or call 605-370-8362