Planned Giving

Leave A Legacy

Planned Giving is a thoughtful and generous way to meet your personal financial objectives to help provide counseling services to children and families now and in the future.

Bequests – A gift can be made through your Last Will and Testament as an outright, residuary contingency, or restricted bequest. Bequests to Kids In The Middle are fully deductible as charitable gifts for federal estate-tax purposes.

Life Insurance – Kids In The Middle can be named as the beneficiary of a new or existing life insurance policy. If Kids In The Middle is also named as the owner of the policy, all of the donor’s premium payments are charitable deductions.

Charitable Trusts – Kids In The Middle can be named as the ultimate beneficiary of a charitable remainder trust or the income beneficiary of a charitable lead trust. Both are highly effective estate planning tools that can benefit donors now or later.

Appreciated Property – This includes gifts of stock, bonds, real estate, or other appreciated assets that cause capital gains to be realized when the asset is sold. By giving the asset to charity instead of selling it, capital gains tax is avoided.

For more information about Planned Giving, please contact our CEO at (314) 909-9922.