Make a lasting investment in the future of hunting and wildlife conservation
WITH GIFT PLANNING, YOU CAN PROVIDE LONG-LASTING SUPPORT FOR SCI FOUNDATION WHILE ENJOYING FINANCIAL BENEFITS FOR YOURSELF AND YOUR FAMILY
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Build Your Legacy. Create a Plan
No matter the size of your estate, everyone needs a plan for the future. A plan helps ensure that your wishes are carried out and your loved ones well cared for. If you're like most people, chances are you need to do some planning, or at least update the plans you already have in place.
We've prepared a free estate planning guide and a guide to getting started with planned giving that can be very useful to help you create or update your plan. Click below to learn more and request your free copy.Learn More
Using a Beneficiary Designation to Make a Gift to Charity
Joanne: Making a gift of my IRA was easy! I contacted my IRA custodian, who emailed me an IRA beneficiary designation form. I completed the form, named Safari Club International Foundation as the primary beneficiary of my IRA and mailed it back to the custodian. I called Safari Club International Foundation to tell them about my gift, and they were very touched. I know Hal would be happy too. Best of all, I can continue to use my IRA for as long as I live, and when I pass away, my IRA will go to charity.
Is a beneficiary designation gift right for you?
If you own a qualified retirement plan, such as an IRA, 401(k) or 403(b) and would like to make a charitable gift, your family or your estate might benefit if you update your beneficiary designation form naming our organization as a beneficiary. Beneficiary designation gifts may help your heirs avoid paying income tax on certain inherited assets and may help your estate avoid estate taxes.
If you have questions about making a beneficiary designation gift, please contact us. We would be happy to work with you and answer any questions that you have.
*Please note: The name and image above is representative of a typical donor and may or may not be an actual donor to our organization. Since the benefits of each gift may be different, you should seek the advice of your legal, tax or financial advisor.