Including the Boys & Girls Club of Camden County (BGCCC) in your estate plans is a wonderful way to leave a legacy of hope, compassion and caring for young people that need our help today, tomorrow and long into the future. There are many options for planned giving that allow you to take advantage of special tax deductions and incentives that will in turn also benefit your loved ones and our young people of Camden.
Please contact your attorney or financial planner to learn more about the wide variety of ways you can support the Boys & Girls Club of Camden County through estate planning.
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Planned Giving Options
Bequests and planned gifts are a wonderful way to leave a lasting legacy and make a difference in the lives of young people for generations to come. You don’t need to be wealthy to make a planned gift to BGCCC. Gifts come in all sizes and whether the gift is $100 or $1,000,000 it provides critical support for the Boys & Girls Club of Camden County and enables us to provide programs and services to those who need us most.
Because these gifts are generally larger than outright gifts, they could provide several benefits to you. When properly planned, they may reduce estate taxes, reduce capital gains tax or provide you with a current income tax deduction. We encourage you to consult your professional advisors as you consider your estate and gift planning options.
Bequests Through Wills
Regardless of your age and financial situation, a will can provide protection for your family’s future and allow you to designate gifts to specific charities that are closest to your heart. Naming BGCCC in your will is one of the easiest ways to make a lasting contribution to impact young people in our community. Bequests may be in the form of a stated dollar amount, property, a percentage or the residuary of an estate.
Gifting appreciated securities, cash or real estate may provide tax savings.
Life Insurance & Retirement Plans
Name the Boys & Girls Club of Camden County as the beneficiary for all or a portion of the policy or plan.
Charitable Remainder Trusts
Place the assets in a trust and pay earnings as income to you and your beneficiaries. Upon death of last beneficiary, the principal goes to Boys & Girls Club of Camden County.
Charitable Lead Trusts
Place assets in a trust for a specified time. Earnings go to BGCCC during the life of the trust and principal goes to the beneficiaries when the trust terminates.
Charitable Gift Annuities
A great way to turn your assets into a meaningful gift while enhancing our lifetime income and maximizing tax benefits.
The information is offered as a courtesy and is subject to the confirmation of the attorney whom you retain to prepare your will and supervise its execution.