How You Can Give
To help you determine your ideal gift to NEHGS, we offer an easy-to-use web tool. It's just a few questions. Give it a try!
While you may transfer many of your assets through your will or living trust, a document called a beneficiary designation controls distribution of your retirement plans, life insurance policies, commercial annuities and a variety of financial accounts.
A charitable gift from your estate is a favored method of giving that enables you to achieve your financial goals, maintain control of your assets, and benefit NEHGS.
Planned giving is a great way to support NEHGS while generating income for yourself and your family. Learn how these gifts allow you to achieve both of these goals. The new – and higher – gift annuity rates announced are generating great interest from our supporters.
You can make an immediate tax-free gift by directly transferring to NEHGS up to $100,000 annually from your traditional IRA or Roth IRA (other qualified retirement plans such as 401(k)s and 403(b)s are not eligible). You must be at least 70 ½ years old to take advantage of this opportunity.
The planned gift that is best for you depends on your goals for the gift. We’ve created a chart that lets you compare the characteristics of your choice of gift plans.