Planned Giving

Planned Giving

Planned Giving

Through financial and estate planning, you can support the St. Rita School for the Deaf and leave a lasting legacy of hope for the children who attend school here, while accruing tax and financial benefits to you and your family.

Make a Bequest

The most popular legacy gift is the simple charitable bequest in your will or living trust. A charitable bequest lets you retain control over the property. You also have flexibility in what you bequest. You can leave a specific amount, a percentage of your estate, or what remains of your estate after you’ve provided for family.

Good planning can magnify the impact of what you give. If you wish to make a bequest, it’s important to let us know so that we can provide the most appropriate legal language to you and your advisors. This will ensure that any designated use of your bequest is clearly outlined and understood.

Leaving a bequest to the St. Rita School for the Deaf creates a life-changing legacy of hope for our students. Making your wishes known through a will assures that your intentions are fullfilled and allows you to plan your gift for greatest legal and tax advantage to your heirs. For more information about making a Bequest, please contact Nyo Anderson, Director of Advancement, 513-771-7600.

Plan a Gift

Careful planning can ensure that you realize maximum benefit from your giving. For instance, equity donations - stocks, bonds, mutual funds and other properties - can provide support for St. Rita School while accruing multiple tax advantages for the donor. Contacting your financial advisor or calling St. Rita School for the Deaf for a referral is the first step toward sound planned giving. For more information about planning a gift, please contact Nyo Anderson, Director of Advancement,
513-771-7600.

St. Rita School for the Deaf is a registered 501 (c)(3) organization.
 
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