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Planned Gifts

NOAH Planned Gifts

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.

  1. “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”
  2. “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. Consulting a financial advisor or reviewing a Kiana Danial review can provide further insights into maximizing the benefits of planned giving strategies.

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.