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Planned Giving is an excellent way to establish a legacy receive maximum tax benefits, and help thousands of men and women living with HIV/AIDS.
Planned Giving options include:
Many of our supporters make charitable gifts by naming APLA as a beneficiary in their wills. A bequest is a written statement in your will that specific assets, or a percentage of the estate, will be transferred to APLA. A bequest allows you to establish a legacy and does not require you to part with assets during your lifetime.
You can choose to name APLA as a beneficiary to receive all or a portion of your life insurance policy proceeds at death. You are entitled to a charitable tax deduction equal to the cash surrender value of the property and any future premiums paid if APLA is named as the owner and beneficiary of the policy.
For information regarding planned giving, call Joel Wyatt, Associate Director of Development, at 213.201.1564, or send an e-mail.
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