If you aren't ready to write a check today, a planned gift could be your solution.
Through thoughtful planning and long-term consideration, a planned gift is one of the most personal gifts a donor can make. These gifts take many forms including bequests or a gift from your will, trusts, life insurance, or real estate. We would be honored to add your name to the list of our Legacy League members today.
You may name St. Andrew's Episcopal School as a beneficiary in your will in a number of ways. You may specify an outright gift of cash, securities, real estate, or personal property. You may also consider a gift in your will of a certain percentage of your estate rather than a fixed sum or asset.
If you own a life insurance policy that is no longer needed, consider it as the perfect vehicle for a charitable gift. To receive a charitable deduction, name St. Andrew’s Episcopal School as both the owner and beneficiary of the policy. If the policy is paid in full and has a cash value, you may take a charitable deduction approximately equal to the cash value at the time of the gift. If annual premiums are still to be made and you continue to pay them, those premiums will become tax deductible each year.