Gifts can be given in many forms, we have compiled information on the types of assets that are appropriate for charitable giving. Cash and other assets, such as Real Estate, Securities, Mutual Funds, Life Insurance, Retirement Plan Assets are common forms of charitable gifts

Charitable Instruments

We accept a wide variety of assets, including: Outright Gifts Give cash, stocks, real estate or other assets Bequests Designate a portion of an estate Charitable Lead Trust Trust pays the community foundation a fixed amount for a number of years and then assets go to beneficiary Charitable Remainder Trust Trust pays beneficiary for life and then assets transfer to community foundation Life Estate Contract Donor transfers home to community foundation and still enjoys use while living

Other Opportunities for Giving

There are other opportunities for charitable giving that you may want to consider , such as:
  • Transferring a Private Foundation
  • Forming a Supporting Organization
  • Corporate Funds