Planned gifts provide exceptional opportunities for Integrative Touch for Kids to support, educate, and empower children, families, and communities through our unique "Health Caring" model. Below are a number of ways to give to ITK through Estate Planning.
It is important to remember that each individual's financial situation is different and these methods should only be used after consulting with your attorney and/or financial professional.
Charitable Remainder Trust
Charitable Remainder Trusts can be either Charitable Remainder Annuity Trusts, providing you with a fixed income each year, or a Charitable Remainder Unitrust, providing you with variable annual income. There is also a Charitable Lead Trust, where payments would be made to ITK throughout the life of the trust and then the trust assets are returned to you or another beneficiary.
There are a variety of ways to donate to Integrative Touch for Kids (ITK) through a will:
- You can give ITK a specific amount of money.
- You can give ITK a property.
- You can give ITK a percentage of your estate.
- You can give ITK the residue or remainder of your estate.
- You can name ITK as the recipient of any gifts than cannot be fulfilled.
Many life insurance policies originally purchased for specific reasons—such as paying for your children's college, protecting a home mortgage, or supplementing your retirement—may no longer be needed for these purposes. There are a number of methods you can use to donate life insurance proceeds to ITK, including listing ITK as the Primary Beneficiary, Co-Beneficiary, or Contingent Beneficiary.
Revocable Living Trust
You can donate to Integrative Touch for Kids through a Revocable Living Trust in many of the same ways that you can donate through a will: donating an amount of money, a property, a percentage of your estate, or the remainder of your estate.