You can help us provide our programs, services, support and respite to other older adults and their families in our community. You can do this by including Aging Care Connections in your estate plans. It’s a form of giving with significant tax benefits.
A Gift in Your Will
We hope you'll consider including a gift to Aging Care Connections in your will or living trust. Called a charitable bequest, this type of gift offers simplicity, flexibility and tax relief.
Just a few sentences in your will or trust are all that is needed. The official bequest language for Aging Care Connections is:
"I bequeath the sum of $(enter the amount or percentage) of my estate to Aging Care Connections, La Grange, Illinois, to be used for the general support of the organization or as its Board of Directors deems appropriate.”
Other Planned Gifts
Though a bequest is the simplest form of planned giving, it is not the only. When you include Aging Care Connections in your estate plans through a bequest, annuity, trust, retirement plan or another form, you leave a legacy for generations to come. Some forms of planned gifts even provide income for yourself or for a loved one. A representative of Aging Care Connections will be happy to work with you or your tax and/or legal advisers in choosing the type of gift that is best for you.
For additional information, please contact Nancy Grah, Director of Philanthropy and External Affairs at 708-603-2243 or email@example.com.