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Many donors have come to realize that long-term appreciated property is one of the best assets that can be used to fund charitable gifts.

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Deciding How to Divide Your Estate Among Your Children—And Charities
Posted November 2018

There are difficult questions to answer when deciding how to divide one’s estate among children—and charity.

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A Charitable Gift with Payments More Predictable Than a Box of Chocolates
Posted October 2018

Charitable remainder trusts are a way to make a gift to us and get payments in return.

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Posted September 2018

Parents and grandparents of college students can help them pay for their education and make a gift to us by setting up a charitable trust.

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