Create a Legacy to Sustain Children & Families
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By including Tuesday’s Children in your retirement and charitable planning, you ensure families will be lifted up by a caring community and receive the supportive programs they need to heal and thrive, today and for years to come.
Here is sample language to use for your Will or Living Trust:
I give the sum of $_________ or ________percent of my estate to Tuesday’s Children, a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization with a business address of 390 Plandome Road, Suite 215, Manhasset, NY 11030 and tax identification number 52-2347446 for its unrestricted use and purpose.
Another Meaningful & Easy Option – Beneficiary Designations
Naming Tuesday’s Children as a beneficiary lets you provide for Tuesday’s Children families by completing a simple form provided by your financial institution. You can do this for:
- IRAs and other retirement accounts
- Bank or brokerage accounts
- Life insurance policies
Two Tax-Wise Gifts You Can Make Now
If you are 70 ½ or older, you can make a qualified charitable distribution (QCD) directly from your IRA to Tuesday’s Children without counting that amount as taxable income, up to $100,000 per year. You won’t need to itemize your deductions to benefit, and starting in the year you turn 72, you can also use QCDs toward your annual required minimum distribution.
When you donate stock to Tuesday’s Children that has appreciated for more than one year, you can receive a charitable income tax deduction and avoid capital gains taxes on the transfer. Here’s all the information you need.
Let’s Celebrate YOU
Do let us know when you include Tuesday’s Children in your future plans. We would love to welcome you to our Visionary Leaders Legacy Circle. You deserve recognition for choosing to transform lives in this very special way! Are you making this gift intention in honor of someone who has touched your life? Check back soon for a membership you can fill out!
Please consult your attorney or advisor for legal and tax advice, and implications for your individual situation including state tax laws. We are providing this information to illustrate impactful ways to support our programs but cannot provide such advice.