What are planned gifts?
Planned gifts include gifts through your will, charitable gift annuities, gifts of life insurance, pooled income funds, and charitable trusts.
Giving Through Your Will
Remembering the Red Cross in your will can provide help and hope to those in need for years to come.
Charitable gift annuities offer a wonderful solution for those wishing to support the Red Cross' life saving mission while also wanting to increase their income and reduce taxes.
Join The Legacy Society
When you include the Red Cross in your will or gift planning, you become a distinguished member of The Legacy Society of the American Red Cross.
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Did you know that your IRA may be your most expensive inheritance? Estate and ordinary income taxes can eat away the principal, potentially leaving less than half for heirs. We can help you keep that from happening.
Individuals with very large estates can use a charitable lead trust to benefit the American Red Cross and pass principal to family members with little or no tax penalty.
Giving Your Life Insurance
If you no longer need your life insurance, please consider donating the policy to the American Red Cross. It's easy. Call us and we'll tell you how.
Contact: - You can call me, Marlo Saindon, and I'll be happy to assist you with your charitable and estate planning. Feel free to call directly at 410-624-2034 or email me at .