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Planned Charitable Giving
There is no greater act of generosity than making a planned gift to Eagleville in support of our mission. Through the commitment of people like you, a planned gift to Eagleville will help assure the future of our programs. Please consider making a gift to Eagleville in your estate plan.
Planned giving allows you to combine your personal philanthropic, financial and estate planning while producing benefits for Eagleville Hospital. If you are considering a gift to Eagleville Hospital, meet with your financial advisor or attorney to discuss the options open to you. If you wish, Eagleville can facilitate a meeting with professionals at no charge to you to help you understand and choose a plan that most closely meets your goals and desires.
By naming Eagleville Hospital in your Will, you will help assure that the high quality care given to people suffering from addiction and co-occurring disorders such as mental illness and other chronic diseases continues for many years to come.
Please consider making a gift to Eagleville in your estate plan. When you meet with your attorney, keep in mind there are several ways to specify your bequest. You may choose to donate a specified amount or a percentage of your estate to Eagleville.
The gift may be designated for the unrestricted endowment fund, a specified purpose or named fund in honor or memory of a loved one. To establish a named fund, donors should consider a gift of no less than $5000.
Another attractive option is to offer Planned Gifts using life insurance. A life insurance gift is immediate, easy, private, economical and flexible. The methods of giving life insurance described below can help you meet different estate of financial planning goals.
Purchase a Life Insurance Policy and name Eagleville Hospital as the owner and beneficiary:
- Purchase a policy on yourself, or
- Purchase a policy on the joint lives of you and your spouse.
- If you are uninsurable, purchase a policy on a family member who is insurable.
Make a lump sum gift to Eagleville Hospital of cash or appreciated securities. Eagleville will purchase a single premium policy on your life, on the joint lives of you and your spouse, or on the life of an insurable family member.
Make annual gifts to Eagleville Hospital of cash or appreciated securities. Eagleville with purchase a policy on your life, on the joint lives of you and your spouse, or on the life of an insurable family member and use the annual gifts to pay the premium.
Transfer the ownership of an existing policy to Eagleville Hospital.
- You can continue to pay the premiums, or
- you can make annual gifts to Eagleville equal to the amount of the premium.
- If the policy is a non-term policy, Eagleville can convert the policy to a paid up policy, or
- If the policy is a term policy, Eagleville can convert the policy to a different type of policy.
Maintain ownership of an existing policy but designate Eagleville Hospital as the beneficiary in on of the following ways:
- Name Eagleville as the primary beneficiary of all the policy proceeds, or
- Name Eagleville as the primary beneficiary of a percentage of the policy proceeds, or
- Name Eagleville as a secondary beneficiary
Planned Giving and life insurance have gone hand-in-hand for many years. Life insurance can be a wonderful way to carry out your charitable intentions.
Stock, Securities or Other Appreciated Property
Other Deferred Gifts through a Charitable Trust or Annuity
If you have questions or would like additional information, please contact
the Development Office at (610) 635-7449 or email Development Office