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Leave a Legacy

You can impact their futures.

Leave a Legacy

You can impact their futures.

Planned Giving

Unlike a cash, check or credit card gift, a Planned Gift requires some simple preparation or could require help from a professional advisor. There are numerous ways to give a Planned Gift.  Some gifts can be made now; and others as a part of your estate plans. Either way, you can ensure a lasting legacy in the lives of youth that need us for many years to come.

Our goal at Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida is to provide you this important information so you can plan appropriately for your family’s future.  By working with a non-profit like us, you can reap a variety of tax and income benefits while impacting a mission you believe in strongly.  Explore these ideas and the variety of options below and let us know how we can help you develop a legacy that you will be proud of.

Ways to Give Now

Stock (Securities)

IRA Charitable Rollover

Donor Advised Funds

Charitable Gift Annuity

Real Estate

Stock
Turn your stock market gains into an investment in our youth and avoid capital gains tax.

IRA Charitable Rollover
If you are 70 ½ or older, you can direct part or all your required minimum distribution (RMD) to our youth and pay no income taxes on this withdrawal from your IRA.

Donor Advised Funds
Recommend a grant from your DAF to Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida.

Charitable Gift Annuity
Transfer cash or appreciated property to our Clubs and receive fixed income payments for life. You must be 60 years old and donate a minimum of $10,000.

Real Estate
Enjoy a tax deduction based on the fair market value of your property and avoid capital gains tax.

Ways to Give Later

Bequests

Life Insurance

Retirement Funds

Bequests
Simply name Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida as a beneficiary in your will with a dollar amount or percentage of your estate. We can provide you the basic language for your attorney.

Life Insurance
Simply name BGCCF as a primary or contingent beneficiary of a life insurance policy or purchase a policy at a modest cost to make a major gift later.

Retirement Funds
Simply name BGCCF as a primary or contingent beneficiary of your retirement account and make a substantial gift while avoiding possible income and estate taxes for your family.

Also Consider

Gifts that Pay You Income

Ways to Give Smarter

Are there good vs. bad assets?

Gifts that Pay You Income
Through Gift Annuities and Trusts, you can generate income for life, reduce your tax burden and help youth reach their full potential in life.

Ways to Give Smarter
Cash, check and credit card aren’t always ‘king’. There are ways you can give more and save on taxes.

Are there good vs. bad assets I can leave my family?
There are assets your family can receive  with no tax implications while others can create a major tax burden for your family without proper planning.

Request our Free Estate Planning Guide

Because our organization believes so strongly in the importance of you having a Will that honors your wishes and protect your family, we have a FREE Estate Planning Guide that we will send you. The guide is a thorough step-by-step review of things to consider when creating your estate plan. It will save you valuable time and resources by helping prepare important documents and information before meeting with your professional advisors.

Simply send your email or physical mailing address to Phillip Deal at pdeal@bgccf.org and request your copy. Phil can also be reached at 407-841-6855, ext. 103. 

Contact Us

For any questions, details and more information about Planned Giving, please contact Phillip Deal, Director of Major & Capital Gifts at pdeal@bgccf.org or 407-841-6855, ext. 103.

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