Planned Giving

Planned giving through a trust attorney or other legal professional will support Angela Hospice’s compassionate work while establishing a lasting legacy for your family.

Planned gifts, such as bequests or charitable gift annuities, provide a way for donors to make a positive charitable impact while also reducing financial burdens for themselves or their families. Tax benefits include avoiding capital gains tax on donations of appreciated property, and estate tax exemptions for gifts payable upon the donor’s death.

Your estate or financial planner can work with you to establish a giving plan that meets your needs and wishes, and supports the programs that are most meaningful to you.

For more about planned giving, contact Jennifer Dale, Angela Hospice Director of Community Outreach & Philanthropy at 734.953.6009.

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Have you considered a charitable gift annuity?

Your kindness to others can benefit yourself as well when you set up a Charitable Gift Annuity (CGA). With a CGA, Angela Hospice pays the donor a fixed income for life in exchange for a gift of cash or stock of $10,000 or more.

It’s often a good fit for donors who are retired and desire to support Angela Hospice’s work far into the future, while receiving income from the gift during their own lifetime. Some donors harness CGA gifts to remove assets from their estate for probate and estate tax purposes, and CGAs are available to both
individuals and married couples.

With a CGA, Angela Hospice invests the assets of the donated gift, and the American Council on Gift Annuities sets the fixed lifetime rate-of-return to the donor. At the end of the donor’s life, the outstanding balance of the gift is returned to Angela Hospice. You may designate your CGA gift for a specific Angela Hospice program or for our general fund at the end of the term.

“Find out how much God has given you and from it take what you need;
the remainder is needed by others.”
– Saint Augustine