IRA Charitable Rollovers are Back
If you are 70½ and older, you may be able to use your IRA to give up to $100,000 tax-free to Providence Health Care Foundation!
You may want to consider using the charitable rollover in lieu of some or all of your required distributions. To learn more about this opportunity to make a difference to a cause you care about AND gain significant tax benefits, call 509-474-4594 or email Brenda Hunter, Director of Development.
Planning a Gift to Providence Health Care Foundation, Eastern Washington
The are many ways that you can be a part—truly a partner—in ensuring world-class health care in our region. A legacy gift to Providence Health Care Foundation offers more than potential tax savings. It enables the Foundation to support expanded facilities and state-of-the-art technology for Providence Hospitals in Spokane and Stevens Counties.
Planning a gift is about more than just finding a need. There many factors to consider. If you are not familiar with the concepts and strategies of charitable gift planning, you might want to take a moment to review A Quick Guide to Legacy Gifts and Factors in Planning. Or, take a look at our sample bequest language. You can also request eBrochures on several topics dealing with legacy giving.
See how people – perhaps in circumstances similar to yours – have found the means to offer support to the charities and causes that are important to them. Just click on the links below.
Types of Gifts
Wills and Trusts
Charitable Gift Annuities
Deferred Charitable Gift Annuities
Charitable Remainder Trusts
Retained Life Estate
Charitable Lead Trusts
Assets to Consider
Tangible Personal Property
If you have already included Providence Health Care Foundation in your estate plans, please let us know by calling us at (509) 474-4594 or by filling out our estate intention form. We would like to assist you in making certain your intentions will be carried out. If you have not written a will yet, regardless of your charitable intent, please consider this.
Individual circumstances will vary. As with all tax and estate planning, please consult your attorney or estate specialist. Some of the gift arrangements are revocable and others cannot be changed once established. Some work better with cash and others with appreciated assets.
Planned Giving News & Information
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You can learn more from our:
Planning Giving Frequently Asked Questions
Planned Giving Glossary of Terms
Planned Giving website site map