To make a planned gift to WDAV, contact Rodger Clark at 704-894-2981 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Most planned giving vehicles can be customized to fit your individual needs. Furthermore, we can help you with specific legal language so that you can be certain that WDAV 89.9 is supported according to your wishes. Below, we have included some very basic information to help you understand some of the ways you can support WDAV 89.9 through planned giving.
Wills and Bequests
The easiest and most common method of charitable gift planning is making a bequest through your will. A bequest is a gift of property or assets to a beneficiary as defined in a will. Whether you wish to donate your entire estate, a portion of your estate, a fixed dollar amount, or a percentage of your assets, bequests are easy to make.
Retirement Assets and Life Insurance
You can make a planned gift of your retirement assets or your life insurance by naming WDAV as a beneficiary..
Life Income Gifts
- Charitable Gift Annuity
A gift annuity allows you to make a gift of cash, securities, or other property to WDAV and, in exchange, receive a fixed sum each year for the rest of your life. In short, charitable gift annuities are an excellent method of achieving your philanthropic goals and gaining substantial tax benefits. Before you establish a charitable gift annuity, it is best to consult knowledgeable professionals.
- Charitable Remainder Trusts
Charitable remainder trusts allow you to transfer assets, such as stocks, bonds, life insurance or property into a trust, managed by trustees named by you. You (and a second person, if you desire) receive quarterly income until the last beneficiary dies. Then the principal is transferred to WDAV. The minimum for a charitable remainder trust is $50,000.