Other Ways to Give
Some donors find comfort, others find joy in connecting to the community
by giving to St. Luke’s Foundation. Listed below are the many gift-giving
options that you may find meaningful. We thank you in advance for your
Many donors support us through gifts of cash, checks, credit cards (Visa/MasterCard),
securities or stocks, real estate and in-kind gifts – often the
easiest to arrange.
One of the following trust options may be the best fit for you:
Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust – A trust that pays a set income annually.
Charitable Remainder Unitrust – A trust that pays a fixed percentage
of the trust’s assets.
Charitable Lead Trust – A trust that pays a fixed or variable income
to St. Luke’s Foundation for a set term, and then passes to heirs.
Bequests in Wills
Please tell us if you have named St. Luke’s Foundation in your will.
We would love the opportunity to share our appreciation.
If you are considering this option, an example of bequest language for
St. Luke’s Foundation is: “I, (name), give, devise and bequeath
to St. Luke’s Foundation (written amount or percentage of the estate
or description of property) for its unrestricted (without conditions attached)
use and purpose.”
Should you wish to restrict your bequest, please consult with St. Luke’s
Foundation when you make your will to be certain your intent can be accomplished.
You may name St. Luke’s as the beneficiary for income tax deductions.
By naming St. Luke’s as the beneficiary of the remainder of the assets
after your lifetime, you can avoid leaving heavily taxed gifts to heirs.
Retained Life Estate
You can designate the ownership of your home to St. Luke’s while
you retain occupancy.
For more information on how you can donate to and support the mission of
St. Luke’s Foundation, please contact Catherine Carter Huber at
firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be honored to work with you to ensure that your wishes are carried
out in the manner that you request.
This information is not intended as legal, tax or investment advice. For
such counsel, please contact an attorney, tax or investment professional.