Plan Your Gift
Planned gifts provide dependable dollars to Baptist Foundation and allow us to make long-range commitments of support for the many programs and services that benefit our patients, physicians, nurses and other staff. With help from our financial partners at Thompson & Associates, you may even be able to reduce your personal taxes through planned giving.
Remember Baptist Foundation in your will with residual, specific or contingent gifts.
Avoid potentially high capital gains tax by donating sellable securities to Baptist Foundation.
Make Baptist Foundation part of your estate plan so regular contributions can be made during your lifetime and beyond.
Real estate and property
Baptist Foundation can leverage your real estate or property gift to build a new facility or use the proceeds from its sale.
Name Baptist Foundation as a primary or secondary beneficiary (or the recipient of your required minimum distribution) for your individual retirement account, 401(k) or other accounts.
Insurance and annuities
Remember Baptist Foundation as a possible beneficiary of a life insurance policy or revenue generating annuity.
Extend your legacy by establishing a revocable or irrevocable trust benefiting Baptist Foundation, or by adding Baptist Foundation to an existing one.
Planned giving is a great way to minimize your year-end tax liability and support a great cause at the same time. Our financial partners at Thompson & Associates will work closely with you and your own financial advisor, attorney, tax advisor and other professionals to ensure you and Baptist Foundation receive the maximum benefit from your plan. Contact Baptist Foundation to begin the process today.