Other Ways to Give
Donating stocks, bonds, and mutual fund shares can often provide greater tax benefits than giving cash. Interested in making a gift of appreciated stock? Contact Alexis Savidge, Director of Development at firstname.lastname@example.org or 607-723-5130 x 216.
Establishing a donor-advised fund at a community foundation or a financial services company can provide you with immediate tax benefits and make your charitable giving easier! You can make a gift by contacting your Donor-Advised Fund administrator and recommend a grant to benefit us.
Life Insurance Beneficiary
Naming Family Planning of South Central New York as your life insurance beneficiary increases the impact of your gift, and may reduce your estate tax burden. You can choose this option by contacting your life insurance administrator.
Retirement Plan Assets
There are many ways to use you IRA, 401(k) or 403(b) or other retirement plan to support Family Planning of South Central New York either now or at the end of your life. It may even provide tax benefits or help you meet your required minimum distribution. Contact your retirement plan administrator if you are interested in giving in this way.
Wills and Living Trusts
A will or living trust ensures that you have a say in how your estate is distributed. There are many ways that you can decide to support Family Planning of South Central New York with your estate, including but not limited to, establishing a percentage of the remainder of your estate after all other bequests, debts, and taxes are paid, dedicating a specific amount of money, or setting aside specific items such as property or appreciated stock. If you are interested in giving in this way, contact an attorney.
You May Need the Following Information:
Legal Name: Family Planning of South Central New York, Inc.
Legal Address: 37 Dietz Street, Oneonta, NY 13820
Mailing Address: 117 Hawley Street, Binghamton NY 13901
Tax ID/EIN: 16-1005972
Family Planning of South Central New York, its employees, and its representatives do not offer legal or financial advice. We suggest that you consult with your attorney, financial advisor, estate planning professional, or accountant before making any decisions based on the information provided above.