A gift for LifeMoves in your will, trust, or other estate plans will ensure that homeless individuals and families will receive the temporary shelter and supportive services needed to return to stable housing and self-sufficiency far into the future. There are many different ways you can arrange a meaningful gift to LifeMoves:
This is the most common type of legacy gift. Through your will or trust, you can arrange to leave LifeMoves a specific dollar amount, an asset such as real estate or stock, a percentage of your estate, or the remainder after specific gifts to loved ones have been made.
You can name LifeMoves as the beneficiary of your IRA, 401(k), 403(b), life insurance policy, or other account. These gifts are easy to arrange or modify. All you need to do is complete a beneficiary designation form from your plan administrator to name LifeMoves a beneficiary of all or part of your retirement account or life insurance policy.
It is possible to establish a gift with cash, appreciated securities, or real estate that will support LifeMoves in the future and provide significant benefits to you. A charitable remainder trust can provide you with a significant charitable income tax deduction, avoidance of all or part of capital gain taxes, and regular payments to you or a loved one.
You also may be able to donate a remainder interest in your home or other property that allows you to continue using your property for the rest of your life and receive a tax deduction for your gift.
If you are considering a legacy gift, we would be happy to confidentially discuss your plans. And if you already have included LifeMoves in your estate plan, please let us know so that we can thank you for your long-term commitment to our work. In considering any type of estate gift we encourage you to work with your legal and financial advisors to determine the best option for you.
Please contact Nandini Gondhalekar at ngondhalekar@LifeMoves.org or (650) 685-5880 ext. 115 if you have any questions about including LifeMoves in your estate plans or would like to arrange a meeting.
The main ballroom is now at maximum capacity but you can still enjoy the program!
Please join us in the adjacent ballroom to mingle with other LifeMoves supporters, enjoy breakfast and watch the event in its entirety on a large screen.
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