A planned gift is different from the more traditional cash donations. It is a carefully considered gesture that transfers something of value to the Nathan Adelson Hospice Foundation. Planned gifts help us to plan for the future and allow the donor to leave a legacy to support the mission of Nathan Adelson Hospice.
Bequests allow a specific dollar amount or fixed percentage of an estate to be willed directly to the Nathan Adelson Hospice Foundation.
A bequest to the Foundation can be:
- the remainder of your estate after all other provisions have been made.
- a percentage of your estate, or a specific amount.
- a share, portfolio, property, or similar asset.
Trusts offer unique gift opportunities. Trustees may specify that Nathan Adelson Hospice Foundation receive a certain percentage of the trust principal or interest earned by the trust, in memory of a loved one.
Life Insurance Policies
By donating a policy that is fully paid up, an income tax deduction equal to its replacement value can usually be taken by the donor. At the donors' death, Nathan Adelson Hospice Foundation receives the face amount of the policy.
You can give gifts of property, such as real estate, or securities, deeds, land contracts, leases, stocks, IRA's, patents and royalties or other similar type gifts.
The Nathan Adelson Hospice Foundation suggests that all donors check with their bank or financial planner to ensure that their gift will fulfill their needs while making the greatest impact on Nathan Adelson Hospice.
For more information about Planned Giving or if you have left Nathan Adelson Hospice Foundation in your Will or Estate please call (702) 938-3928.