Planned giving allows a donor to make a charitable gift of estate assets to one or more nonprofit organizations. These assets usually include legal documents and often require the assistance of a qualified professional adviser. For additional information, please call 813-269-0955, email fundingresearch@NationalPCF.org or consult your estate planning professional.
Through your will, you may bequest a gift of cash, an asset, or property as a donation to the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation. Bequests can be made for a specific amount, a percentage of your estate, or even a residual portion. For more information, see your estate planning professional.
You can make a contribution to an endowment fund through the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation that would perpetually endow research projects to help find a cure for childhood cancer.
Establish a gift annuity to benefit the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation through the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay by donating an asset with a low cost basis and large capital gains exposure. You will receive guaranteed income for life plus tax benefits.
Charitable Remainder Trust
With a charitable remainder trust, a donor transfers money or property into a trust for the benefit of the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation. The trust makes payments to the donor (or the designated beneficiary) for their lives or for a period not to exceed 20 years as designated in the trust agreement. When the payments end, the assets in the trust pass to the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation.
Stocks & Bonds
Through the donation of stocks, you will avoid tax on the appreciation while receiving a tax deduction.
Gift of Life Insurance
You can designate the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy or pension plan.