Planned Giving Options

The Goal The Benefits What to Do
Will or Living Trust Make a donation to npra without it affecting you during your lifetime Reduce your estate and capital gains taxes Name npra as a beneficiary in your will or living trust
Life Insurance Donate a large financial resource either now at little cost to you or later without it affecting you during your lifetime Income tax deductions if you transfer the policy to npra

Donate paid-up life insurance policies


Transfer ownership of an existing policy


Begin a new insurance policy naming npra as the owner and beneficiary
Retirement Plan Donate to npra and avoid the tax burden for your loved ones Reduce the estate and income taxes that your spouse or beneficiary will incur, allowing a greater amount to be used for humanitarian care Name npra as the beneficiary of your retirement plan
Donor-Designated Fund Control the size of your gift or the portion of your donor-advised fund
designated for npra
Help the most underserved group of people in America and see some of the benefits of your gift within your lifetime Designate npra for current gifts or as a beneficiary to your donor-advised fund manager
Annuities Give a gift that lives with you. Receive lifetime payments and reduce your annual tax bill. Contact Ashleigh Hughes at (214) 217-2600 for more information.
Stock Give long term appreciated assets. Receive an income tax deduction and avoid capital gains tax. Contact Ashleigh Hughes at (214) 217-2600 to assist in the transfer of securities.

If you have any questions regarding planned giving, please contact Ashleigh Hughes at (214) 217-2600. You are also encouraged to consult with your legal and financial advisors when considering a planned gift.

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