Join the Legacy Circle
Would you like to make a long-term impact on saving lives and saving forests?
It may be easier than you think to make an end-of-life Legacy Circle gift to Health In Harmony. Two of the simplest options are including Health In Harmony as a beneficiary on a retirement plan, which can often be done online, or creating a bequest through your will. However, we are happy to talk with you and a financial advisor about creating annuities, trusts, or other giving vehicles that will allow you to provide for your loved ones AND create a healthier planet.
There are many benefits of creating a planned gift to Health In Harmony:
- making a larger gift than you would be able to make during life and creating a lasting legacy on this planet
- tax benefits for you and your loved ones
- control over how your money is used after your lifetime and the impact it has
- a variety of options - see below - that you can customize to reach your goals, provide for your loved ones, and make a gift to people and the planet
Please contact Trina Noonan, Managing Director via email or call or (503) 688-5579 if you have already designated Health In Harmony as a beneficiary or would like to make a Legacy Circle gift to Health In Harmony.
For more information, Health In Harmony’s Gift Acceptance and Solicitation Policy provides guidance for donations we can accept and how we process them.
Health In Harmony Legacy Circle Gift Options
This is not an exhaustive or in-depth list of giving options. Please consult your attorney or other financial advisor to discuss the tax and financial considerations of these and other charitable giving options. He or she can advise you of the benefits of various options and of the best way to employ them for your financial goals and situation.
A revocable gift made through a will. This is the most common type of planned gift, and it is very easy to set up. You can bequeath a specific amount or a percentage of your estate, a specific asset, or choose from many other options. Click here for sample language for each situation.
Different vehicles but similar in that they are irrevocable agreements where you receive fixed or variable income from an asset through your life, and the remaining value of the asset after your lifetime goes to Health In Harmony. A trust is more flexible than an annuity but more complicated to set up. A Remainder Interest is a similar situation for property, where you will transfer the asset to Health In Harmony but continue to use the asset for your lifetime. A Pooled Income Fund is similar with income coming back to you over your lifetime, and multiple people can contribute to the principal.
Another irrevocable arrangement by which you transfer an asset for a period of years to create income for Health In Harmony. After the designated period, the asset passes to one or more other persons (or trusts) that you designate.
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