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Charitable gifts play a critical role in helping us continue meeting needs in our world. Planned gifts made through an estate offer donors flexibility in achieving charitable and family financial objectives. Planned gifts offer tax benefits and personal incentives during your lifetime.
Types of planned gifts include:
- Designating the Sisters of St. Joseph as a beneficiary of a retirement plan
- Creating a life income agreement, such as a charitable gift annuity or a charitable remainder trust
- Donating a life insurance policy or naming the Sisters of St. Joseph as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy
You can name the Sisters of St. Joseph as a beneficiary in your will or trust. Gifts can be unrestricted or designated for a special ministry, program or service. A gift by will or testamentary trust can name the Sisters of St. Joseph to receive a specific amount, a percentage of the estate, or as a residual beneficiary.
I give and bequeath to the Sisters of St. Joseph of Baden, Inc., located at 1020 State St., Baden, Pennsylvania, 15005, the sum of $________ or ________% of my estate to be used for its general purposes and mission or to be used for ________.
Gifts of long term-appreciated stock allow donors to avoid paying capital gains tax and are fully deductible up to a maximum of 30% of your adjusted gross income, if you have owned the stock for least 12 months prior to making the transfer.