You can leave your mark on the community and show you care about the future by making a planned gift. A planned gift allows you to name the NCGA Foundation as a beneficiary in your:
- Will or trust
- Life insurance policy
- Life income or other planned gift (charitable gift annuity, remainder trust, or lead trust; remainder interest in a personal residence, etc.)
- You can also make a tax exempt donation in any amount whether deferred or current through planned giving.
A planned gift to the Foundation lets you decide how your estate is distributed. The heirs to your estate know exactly what your wishes were and relieves your loved ones of speculating about what your intentions might have been when settling your affairs. Many deserving youth also benefit because the NCGA Foundation can meet the goals of enhancing kids’ lives, shaping kids’ futures, and making golf accessible and affordable.
A planned gift needs to be determined in light of your estate and financial plans. We recommend you complete such plans with the assistance of an estate or tax planning professional. Letting us know the amount or type of your donation is entirely optional; however, the Foundation can use this information to help with its long-term planning. The Foundation appreciates your investment in the youth of today and the future. For planned giving questions, please contact the Foundation:
The NCGA Foundation is a 501(C)3 organization.
Federal Tax I.D. Number: 94-3108575.
All donations are tax deductible.
Federal Tax ID Number: 94-3108575