Gifts That Pay You Income
Generate income for yourself and support groundbreaking research with life-changing results AT THE SAME TIME.
You can make a gift that pays you lifetime income while impacting the lives of patients and their families.
Charitable Gift Annuities
You can donate* cash or securities worth $25,000 or more and receive guaranteed payments for life in return.
Your potential benefits include:
Gift annuities are an ideal way to provide financial security for you and a loved one.
Your payment will never change, and can go as high as 9.5%, depending on your age (you must be 60 or older).
If you don’t need the income immediately, you can schedule payments to begin at least one year after your donation. The longer the deferral period, the higher your payment rate.
You receive an income tax deduction to reduce your tax burden.
You avoid paying some capital gains tax when you use appreciated stock to fund your gift annuity.
*Gifts are made to City of Hope for TGen’s benefit.
CharitabLE REMAINDER TRUSTS
You can donate cash, appreciated securities or real estate (valued at $250,000 or more) to the TGen Foundation and receive payments for life, or for a fixed number of years, in return.
Your benefits include:
Charitable trusts are an ideal way to provide financial security.
You avoid paying capital gains tax on the sale of appreciated stock and real estate.
Convert the full value of stock into a lifetime income stream.
Receive a significant charitable income tax deduction.
Remove assets from your taxable estate.
Convert property into a stream of income.
If you are considering a charitable trust or gift annuity, we recommend that you consult with both the TGen Foundation and your attorney or financial partner to select the gift that’s right for you. To learn more or request a complimentary illustration, please contact TGen Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your Giving Toolkit
This information is not intended as legal, accounting, or other professional advice.
For assistance in planning your gift(s), please consult a lawyer and/or financial advisor for professional advice.