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Legacy Giving

Did you know there are creative ways to support Kirtland? Ways in which Kirtland, you and your loved ones all benefit at the same time? This type of giving is called Legacy or Planned Giving.

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Gifts Anyone Can Afford

  • Will or Living Trust: Give to Kirtlandwithout affecting your cash flow during your lifetime
  • Retirement Plans (IRA, 401K, 403b): Your retirement plan may be worth more when donated to Kirtland than to your heirs.
  • Appreciated Securities: After making a gift of appreciated securities to Kirtland, the IRS will allow you one of its most significant tax breaks.
  • Life Insurance: Create a significant endowment for Kirtland without dipping into your capital assets.
  • Real Estate: Make a substantial gift to Kirtland through a transfer of residential, commercial or undeveloped real estate.
  • Personal Property: Donate books, artwork or equipment and secure an income tax deduction.

Additional Planned Giving Options

  • Gift Annuity: In exchange for your gift to charity, you or 1-2 other annuitants receive a fixed sum each year for life.
  • Deferred Gift Annuity: In exchange for your gift to charity, you or 1-2 other annuitants receive a fixed sum each year for life starting at the date of first payout.
  • Charitable Remainder Unitrust: Your unitrust pays a fixed percentage of its value, determined each year, to you or others you name for life or a term of years. The remaining assets then go to charity.
  • Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust: Your trust pays a fixed dollar amount each year to you or others you name for life or a term of years. The remaining assets then go to charity.
  • Pooled Income Fund: Your gift is pooled in a fund with gifts from other donors. You or others you name receive your gift’s share of the income the fund earns each year for life. Your gift’s share of the fund then goes to charity.
  • Retained Life Estate: You deed your home or farm to charity, but retain the right to live in it for the rest of your life, a term of years, or a combination of the two.
  • Charitable Lead Unitrust: Your unitrust pays a fixed percentage of its value, determined each year, to charity for a term of years or one or more lifetimes. The accumulated assets then go back to you or others you name.
  • Charitable Lead Annuity Trust: Your trust pays a fixed dollar amount each year to charity for a term of years or one or more lifetimes. The accumulated assets then go back to you or others you name.