The easiest way to demonstrate your commitment to Project Access is by making contributions of assets during your lifetime or at your death through your living trust or will. Most any asset can be donated to Project Access for a charitable income tax deduction if made during person’s lifetime or a charitable estate tax deduction if made at a person’s death. Common assets include cash, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and real property. You can designate any portion of your assets to help support Project Access’ mission. Again, this is the easiest manner to help you make an impact on the future of disadvantaged families and seniors.
You can name Project Access as a beneficiary in your will by making:
- An outright gift, either a designated dollar amount or specifying a percentage of your estate.
- Project Access a remainder beneficiary to receive funds only after specific sums have been paid to individual beneficiaries, such as family and friends.
It may be helpful to know that you can easily add us to your will through an amendment to your will called a codicil. Doing so means your entire will does not have to be redrafted.