The Children's Tumor Foundation is excited to announce the launch of our Legacy Society for planned giving. The Society was established to recognize generous individuals who have included or plan to include the Children's Tumor Foundation in their estate planning, through a bequest, life-insurance gift, or other planned gift. Legacy Society members are among the Foundation's most valued supporters and will receive acknowledgements of their membership and an annual research update outlining the impact of the Foundation's work.
When you become a member of the Children's Tumor Foundation's Legacy Society you ensure that your commitment to advancing treatments for NF becomes part of your personal legacy. Your membership in the Society will help you fulfill your philanthropic goals while also providing tax benefits for you and your family.
Read Children's Tumor Foundation Senior Vice President John Heropoulos' story about joining the Legacy Society here.
Becoming a Member
The following commitments qualify you for membership in The Children's Tumor Foundation's Legacy Society:
- a bequest provision in your Will or revocable trust (for more information on including a gift to the Children's Tumor Foundation in your Will please click here)
- a charitable lead trust that provides gifts to the Children's Tumor Foundation for a Member's lifetime or a term of years
- a gift of qualified retirement plan assets, such as an IRA, 401(k) or 403(b)
- a gift of life insurance
If you have already included the Children's Tumor Foundation in a bequest or other planned gift please let us know. We acknowledge and respect those who wish to remain anonymous, but will publicly acknowledge gifts from those who wish to have their commitment recognized and celebrated.
Please contact Garrett Gleeson at email@example.com or 646.738.8545 for more information about the Legacy Society or to become a member.