Planned Giving

Have you considered Our Kids in your estate plan?

Planned giving is a unique way to support charities like Our Kids. Listed below are several simple ways that you can remember Our Kids through your estate plan.

Life insurance option

First, you could simply designate Our Kids as a partial beneficiary of your life insurance policy. Even a small percentage of your life insurance proceeds could make a great impact at Our Kids. To designate Our Kids as a beneficiary, simply contact your insurance broker to request a designation form and include Our Kids as one of your beneficiaries. Click here for additional information about gifts of life insurance or have your insurance agent contact Executive Director Sue Fort White.

Estate option

Second, you could update your will to include Our Kids as a partial beneficiary of your estate. A legacy gift is an excellent way to ensure that Our Kids can continue to provide services to children in the Middle Tennessee area. Click here for sample bequest language or have your attorney contact Executive Director Sue Fort White.

Retirement plan option

Third, you could designate Our Kids as a beneficiary to your retirement plan. You will need to contact your plan administrator to find out exactly what forms you will need. Click here for sample bequest language and IRA information or have your attorney contact Executive Director Sue Fort White.

There are many other options that you could discuss with your financial or legal advisor including gifts of stock, establishing charitable trusts and gifts of other appreciated assets. Thank you for your time, consideration and generosity.

Resources

Our Kids provides this educational information as a service to its supporters. This page is intended to provide general gift planning information only. Our Kids cannot provide legal, investment or tax advice and should not be looked to or relied upon as a source for such. Rather, this page simply contains information that you can discuss with your attorney or financial advisor. Please consult with your financial or legal advisor before making any gift.