Planned Giving

How to Give

Create Your Legacy Through a Planned Gift

Charitable gifts help you meet your current philanthropic goals and extend your generosity well into the future. But did you know that a planned gift can also protect your assets, provide for your family, and guarantee you income for life? You can even make a significant impact through a gift that costs nothing in your lifetime (through a charitable bequest under your will).

Seven Ways to Make a Planned Gift

To read about one of the seven basic ways to make a planned gift, select the one below that best fits your situation.

Two volunteers smiling. Links to Gifts by Will
Gifts by Will
Make a gift that costs nothing now.
Woman putting beans in a bag. Links to Beneficiary Designations
Beneficiary Designations
Beneficiary designations are one of the simplest and most flexible ways to make a gift.
Vegetables and bags of food in a box. Links to Gifts That Pay You Income
Gifts That Pay You Income
You can support Food Bank of the Rockies and retain income for yourself and loved ones.
Man pulling a load of apples on a tractor. Links to Gifts That Protect Your Assets
Gifts That Protect Your Assets
Lead trusts allow you to benefit Food Bank of the Rockies now, then your heirs.
A woman putting peppers in a crate. Links to Gifts from Retirement Plans
Gifts from Retirement Plans
Consider retirement-plan benefits for a significant gift to Food Bank of the Rockies.
A girl holding a bag of grapes. Links to Gifts by Estate Note
Gifts by Estate Note
An estate note is an irrevocable pledge or debt against the donor's estate.
A man with boxes of food. Links to What to Give
What to Give
Giving cash is simple, but giving assets such as stocks often offers additional tax savings.


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