Planned Giving

Planned giving is a way to leave a legacy for future generations and give your estate a tax benefit. Your charitable planned gift can help the NHCC or Foundation in a variety of ways from programmatic support to creating a lasting endowment fund. We would be happy to work with you, your attorney or financial planner on creating a gift that will sustain our mission for years to come. Types of planned gifts to consider include the following:

  • Securities
    • Gifts of stocks, bonds and shares of a mutual fund can make a much larger gift than expected.
  • Charitable Bequest in Will
    • Include the NHCCF in your will through a percentage, residual, contingent, or a fixed amount bequest.
  • Savings Beneficiary Designation
    • Savings accounts, certificates of deposits, or other savings plans can pass immediately to the NHCCF as a Payable on Death (POD) beneficiary of the account.
  • Life Insurance Policies
    • You can amend an existing policy or purchase a new policy naming the NHCCF as beneficiary or co-beneficiary.
  • Retirement Accounts and IRAs
    • Add the NHCCF as the first, second or final beneficiary of your IRA, 401(k) or other retirement account.
  • Real Estate
    • A gift of your property can make a great gift.
  • Charitable Gift Annuity, Charitable Remainder
    • Trust and Charitable Lead Trust – You may choose to establish a trust that allows you or other defined beneficiaries to retain income for life with assets of the trust accruing to NHCCF.
  • Designations
    • Gifts may be designated to support a NHCC program, create a lasting endowment or provide sustainable support of the Center or Foundation.

 

Legacy Planned Gift NHCCF Form