Bequests…A Gift for Future Generations

If you prefer to defer a charitable gift, a bequest in your will or living trust is an uncomplicated way to support Jackson Recovery Centers for future generations.

Types of Bequests

A bequest may take several forms. It can be a specific sum, a percentage of your estate, or the remainder of your estate after expenses and gifts to loved ones. Bequests can include gifts of cash, securities, real estate and personal property. The donation is exempt from federal estate taxes. If you plan to meet with your attorney to discuss or update your will, let us know. We can provide you with the appropriate language to designate a gift to Jackson Recovery Centers in your will.

Your Options

There are several options to consider when you make a charitable bequest. Your gift can be used to build our endowment or be designated to help us underwrite a new initiative. Bequests may also be given “in memory” of a loved one, and we have many ways to provide appropriate recognition.

When you include Jackson Recovery Centers in your will or living trust, you and your family are invited to join our Legacy Society. Participants receive special recognition on our donor wall (unless you wish your gift to be anonymous), and invitations to special events at Jackson.

For more information please contact:

Carey Snow
Vice President of Resource Development
Executive Director of the Jackson Foundation
712-234-2383
csnow@jacksonrecovery.com

 

 

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