You can leave a bequest or estate gift through planned giving which allows you to make an enduring gift to support Madison’s parks. You can choose to designate a gift to a favorite park; give to the playground improvement fund; the swimming scholarship fund; have a naming opportunity in the park once the gift is realized; an interest of your choice; or have more impact by allocating your gift to the Madison Parks areas of greatest need.
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Some examples of planned gifts include:
Gifts in a Will or Trust
- A bequest through your will or a gift from your trust allows you to support your charitable interests while retaining complete control of your assets during your lifetime.
- We can accept cash, stock and other assets. Bequests can be a fixed dollar amount or a percentage of the net estate.
- Click here for sample language to use for your estate documents or contact your legal advisor.
- Life insurance is a simple way to leave a philanthropic mark. You can name the Madison Parks Foundation as a beneficiary.
Retirement Plan Assets
- For many people, retirement plan assets like IRAs, 401(k) or 403(b) may be your largest single asset. Naming the Madison Parks Foundation as a beneficiary of your retirement assets is a great way to make a lasting gift.
Since the Madison Parks Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable organization, your planned gift may be entitled to a charitable income or estate tax deduction. Your tax advisor can help you choose the best type of gift for your specific circumstances.
Please contact us if you are planning to include the Madison Parks Foundation in your estate planning at 608-266-4339 or email@example.com.