Have you thought about the legacy you want to leave? Planned Giving is a generous commitment that impacts countless future generations of Idyllwild Artists. We can work with you to tailor your gift to meet your financial, tax, or estate planning goals.
Common types of Planned Giving include bequests, annuities, and trusts.
A charitable bequest is a type of gift, often in the form of cash, personal property, real estate, stocks, or bonds, that is designated in a will to be given to a group, individual, or organization.
A charitable gift annuity, also referred to as a CGA, is a contract where a donor makes a sizable gift to a charitable cause using cash, securities, or possibly other assets. In return, they become eligible to take a partial tax deduction for their donation, plus they receive a fixed stream of income from the charity for their lifetime.
A trust is a legal arrangement where someone owns and manages property on behalf of one or more beneficiaries that can also be used for regular or planned charitable contributions.
The Beatrice Krone Society recognizes donors who have included Idyllwild Arts in their estate plans. We are grateful to the following donors for helping us change lives through the transformative power of art. If you have made a gift in your estate but are not on this list, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.