If you would like to extend your support of Disabled American Veterans to make a lasting impact, there are several gift arrangements from which to choose.
Whether you would like to support our work today or benefit us after your lifetime, you can find a charitable plan that lets you provide for your family and support Disabled American Veterans. Here are some of the most popular charitable plans to consider:
Structure your will to provide for your family first. Then include a gift to the charitable organizations you love. Just a few simple sentences and a meeting with an estate planning attorney are all it takes.
If you'd like to support disabled veterans and receive steady payments for life, a charitable gift annuity may be right for you.
If you give stocks you've owned for more than one year that are worth more than when you purchased them, you'll qualify for significant tax advantages.
Consider making Disabled American Veterans a beneficiary of a percentage of your retirement plan assets. Then, leave less heavily taxed assets to your loved ones.
With a charitable remainder trust, you can receive income each year (either fixed or variable) from assets you place in the trust. After your lifetime, the balance in the trust goes to the charities of your choice.
There are several ways you can use life insurance to give back to disabled veterans. We can help you explore your options.
This website is currently under construction. Soon you'll find a wealth of charitable planning information here, including:
We can help you find the right charitable gift for you, in confidence and without obligation.