Charitable Giving Options
Planned gifts allow generous partners like to you make meaningful gifts you many never thought possible. Your gifts to Habitat enable us to help families build strength, stability and independence by building a safe and secure place to call home.
- is a contract between a charitable organization and a donor
- donor gives cash, marketable securities or other asset
- charity agrees to pay a fixed amount of money to one or two individuals, for their lifetime
Electronic Stock Transfer
Transfers the name of who will benefit from the sale of the stock.
Life Insurance Policies
You can designate Livingston County Habitat for Humanity as the beneficiary for all or a percentage of your life insurance policy's death benefit.
A planned gift is one that is made today that may not fully mature until a future date.
Retirement Plans & IRA Charitable Rollover
Individuals who have reached age 701/2 to make qualified charitable distribution, or QCD, gifts of up to $100,000 per calendar year directly from IRAs to qualified charitable organizations.
Will or Living Trust
Also known as bequests, wills or living trusts allow individuals to make large gifts than they could during their lifetime. In addition, gifts through a will or living trust are flexible; they can be changed as individuals' circumstances in life change.
Please contact our Development Director at 810-220-9986 ext 114 or
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Information above provided by Habitat for Humanity International