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.
THE GIFT OF LIFE INSURANCE
You can designate the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy or pension plan.