Assets You Can Give
You can use a number of assets to make a planned gift to CRI. While cash is still the most popular option, we do accept several other assets, allowing you to make a significant gift to our organization's mission with little expenditure.
Annuities and Trusts
Using an annuity or a remainder trust, you can make a gift to CRI while also ensuring that you or your chosen beneficiary is taken care of. These plans allow you to collect a stable form of income for life and can also result in savings, capital gains, gifts, and/or estate taxes.
Retirement Plan Gifts
Amounts remaining in retirement plans can be among the most heavily taxed assets in your estate. By choosing to direct all or a portion of these accounts to CRI, you can lessen the financial risk and broaden the impact on cancer immunotherapy research.
Wills, Living Trusts, and Other Plans
In addition to filling an important role in providing for the future financial security of your family and others, your will or living trust can offer a way to make thoughtful charitable gifts as part of your long-range estate and financial plans.
Planned Giving Resources
Now that you have decided to make a planned gift to CRI, here's where you can find additional information for your advisors, gift planning calculations and comparison chart, FAQs, and tax information.
tax identification number and sample bequest language that you may find helpful when setting up your planned gift. - See more at: http://www.cancerresearch.org/giving-to-cri/planned-giving/planned-giving-resources#sthash.xH7xNJPR.dpuf