Planned Giving: Talk With a Financial Advisor
The most common planned gift is a bequest through your Will or Living Trust. But there are all kinds of other options and instruments that you and your family need to discuss. We encourage you to consult your financial advisor about various legacy donation options available to you. After those meetings, then we can help you learn more about how St. Vincent de Paul can fit into your plans.
Life Insurance, Retirement Account, & Real Estate Donations
Beneficiary designations to St. Vincent de Paul can be made through your Life Insurance, IRA/Pension or bank/brokerage account and are easy to do. Your real property or real estate can be transformed into a tax deduction and help neighbors at the same time. Did you know you can give your home to charity, still live in it and be eligible for tax deduction today? Your home can be a major gift to help the poor.
St. Vincent de Paul Accepts Special Gifts
Gifts of jewelry, coin collections, collectables and other tangible property can be used to provide services to help the poor. We sell the items and use the proceeds in our programs. You receive a tax deduction for your gift as allowable by law. If you have questions, please contact our Development office at 206.767.9975, Extension 1132 or email Donna Whitford.