With a planned gift to the Newman Catholic Community, you can combine your desire to give to charity with your overall financial, tax, and estate planning goals. Planned giving gives you a special connection with Newman. You will help this community— for now and for years to come.
Appreciated Securities: Donors can contribute long-term appreciated stock or other marketable securities. This is a good fit for donors who want to avoid tax on capital gains and can afford a larger gift. This delivers immediate benefits to the Newman Catholic Community.
Real Estate: Donors can donate property to the Newman Community. This is a good fit for donors who want to make a substantial gift, avoid capital gains tax, receive a large income tax deduction. This delivers immediate benefits to the Newman Catholic Community.
Charitable IRA Rollover: Donors name the Newman Catholic Community as the whole or partial beneficiary of the plan. This is a good fit for donors who want to avoid double taxation at death and give tax-advantaged assets to heirs. This ensures the future strength of the Newman Catholic Community.
Life Insurance: Donors name the Newman Catholic Community as the beneficiary and owner of a paid-up policy the donor no longer needs. This is a good fit for donors who want to make a gift at little cost. This is simple to set up with a small financial commitment for a large ultimate gift.
Gifts That Pay Income
Charitable Gift Annuity: Donors establish a simple gift contract that provides a lifetime of payments, paying a set income for life. This is a good fit for a donor who wants to supplement income with steady payments that are partially tax-free. This is a great retirement income supplement.