When you establish a planned gift for Presbyterian, you are creating a legacy that will support our important work for years to come.
Planned gifts are gifts that you make through your estate plans, including a bequest through your will or trust, a Charitable Gift Annuity, or making Presbyterian the beneficiary of a life insurance policy, retirement account, investment account, or bank account. In addition, depending on the type of planned gift that you choose, you may not have to donate any money now and you can help your heirs avoid costly estate, gift, and income taxes. In fact, if you choose to establish a Charitable Gift Annuity, you will receive guaranteed income for life. Many planned gifts are simple to make and do not require an attorney’s assistance.
People who establish planned gifts become members of the Presbyterian Healthcare Foundation’s Acequia Madre Society, and are invited to special programs and acknowledged on our donor wall. Plus, by participating, you will encourage others to follow your example. Most importantly, your support ensures that our services will continue to have a lasting impact on the health of our community.
Of course, you can remain anonymous if you make a planned gift and you can retain the flexibility to change that gift. It is still incredibly helpful for the Foundation to know about your gift, so that we can help to build and track the pipeline of anticipated funds for the future.
Please click on the link below to explore the various planned giving options. Feel free to contact Rick Scott, Executive Director-Major and Planned Gifts, at 505-724-7509 or email@example.com for any assistance.
Visit our Planned Giving section for more detailed information