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Planned Giving

Legacy Society

Easter Seals New Hampshire plays a vital role in creating practical solutions for families dealing with disabilities and special needs.  Many have faced these challenges and overcome hurdles of all proportions because of thoughtful and generous individuals who support our programs and services.

You can make your caring last forever through a planned gift to Easter Seals New Hampshire.  With an outright gift, a simple charitable bequest in your will or other charitable trust, you can make a gift that is truly never-ending and will help children, adults and seniors with disabilities and special needs.

An Invitation to Join the Legacy Society...
The Legacy Society was created to recognize the generosity of individuals and families who have made or provided for planned gifts to Easter Seals New Hampshire.  When you become a member of the Legacy Society you create a legacy of caring for children, adults and seniors with disabilities and special needs that continues forever.

Ways to Make a Planned Gift to Easter Seals NH and Join the Legacy Society

Make a bequest - Bequests are important legacies to provide for the future of Easter Seals NH.  In your will, you may leave a specific dollar amount, a percentage of an estate or the residual of an estate following the provision for family members.  Please check with your financial advisor about other gifts through wills that would be advantageous to your loved ones as well as Easter Seals NH.

Charitable gift annuity - A charitable gift annuity pays the donor a fixed income for life, a portion of which is non-taxable.  Donors receive full credit of the fair market value of the gift along with a charitable deduction.
Donate a gift of stock - Stocks or other investments that have grown in value and that you have held for more than one year can become a substantial gift made at a low net cost to you.  You receive a charitable deduction and you avoid all federal capital gains tax that would otherwise be due on a sale of the assets. 

Charitable remainder trust - A charitable remainder trust involves setting up a trust that, at the end of its term, distributes all or part of the principal to Easter Seals NH.  The donor or beneficiary receives income for the term of the trust, avoids immediate capital gains on appreciated long-term assets transferred into the trust, and can claim a charitable income tax deduction computed according to the terms.

Make an endowed gift - Endowed gifts are those that Easter Seals NH holds in trust, in perpetuity.  Funds are invested and part of the average annual investment income supports the programs specified by the donor.

Gifts of Real and Personal Property - Gifts of property can be a convenient way to make a sizable gift to Easter Seals NH.  Federal tax laws encourage the gift of securities, real and personal property by permitting donors to make a charitable contribution deduction for gifts in support of the Easter Seals mission.

Carrying on Your Interest with a Named Fund - a named fund can extend the joy of giving to future generations of your family members.  Named funds can be established to memorialize or recognize your family, friends or loved ones perpetuating the memory of others by helping thousands.  Donors may choose to designate their gift to specific initiatives such as: early education, Autism, senior services, medical rehabilitation, camping, transportation services, as well as other initiatives.

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