A Planned Gift is a contribution that is arranged in the present and allocated at a future date. Commonly donated through a will or trust, planned gifts are most often granted once the donor has passed away. Planned gifts are a way to provide NOAH with significant resources to further its mission to serve the albinism community.
The most frequent type of planned gift is a bequest through a will. Bequests to NOAH made in your will can be a fixed dollar amount, a percentage of your estate or some other amount.
Here are two samples of bequest language. Confirm with your lawyer that this language is appropriate for your circumstances and wishes.
- “I hereby devise and bequeath to the National Association for Albinism and Hypopigmentation, East Hampstead, New Hampshire, ______ percent of my net residuary estate (or the sum of $________). This is an unrestricted gift and may be used to further the mission of NOAH”
- “I give ______________ to the National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation NOAH, a Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation for any reason or purpose whatsoever, as determined by NOAH.”
You can also make a planned gift using the beneficiary designation of your IRA, 401(K) or other retirement plan. These gifts avoid estate and income taxation on the assets accumulated tax-free during your lifetime.
NOAH is a Pennsylvania not-for-profit corporation.
Our Federal tax ID number is 23-2265173.
Our mailing address is, PO Box 959, East Hampstead, NH 03826-0959.
Information provided on this webpage is for informational purposes only and not considered to be legal or financial advice.
NOAH recommends consulting with a professional when considering a planned financial gift.