Gift plans create opportunities for both our donors and The Shelter. In fact, just one “creative gift” can return an immediate tax deduction for you and long-term financial support to The Shelter. That’s right, you benefit and The Shelter benefits… If that isn’t creative, we’d like to know what is.
Financial advisors call these creative techniques “planned gifts” because with thoughtful planning, you can turn personal giving into win-win solutions for you and The Shelter. See full brochure
Determining what gift is right for you is just as important as making the gift. There are many options from which you can choose. The correct plan for you balances what you wish to accomplish for yourself, your family, and The Shelter in your overall estate and financial plans. Compare your options
To discuss establishing a planned gift for The Shelter, contact Senior Development Officer Tamika Seaton at 239.775.3862 or email email@example.comPlanned Giving Advisory Council
Individuals who establish a Planned Gift will become members of The Shelter’s planned giving society called the “Circle of Peace.” All planned gifts are designated for The Shelter’s endowment fund.
There is no minimum gift amount; however, all gifts of $1,000 or more may receive recognition on the “Partners for a Peaceful Community” Donor Wall in The Shelter’s Foyer.
The Circle of Peace was created to honor those dedicated supporters who have chosen to leave a lasting mark on our future through planned giving. Joining the planned giving society will not only bring you pride and joy, but the same for those down the road in need of a strong and vibrant Friendship Circle community.
Benefits of all Circle of Peace members:
There are no dues or other responsibilities to be a member. If you choose to include The Shelter in your estate plans, please let us know so that we can extend our sincere appreciation. Informing us of your intentions does not create any obligation on your part.
For more information, call Tamika Seaton, Senior Development Officer at 239.775.3862 or email Tseaton@napleshelter.org