Planned Giving

Remembering the Unborn

Have you updated you will lately? Do you have a will? Without a will, you may have assets that will be distributed according to state law in the event of your death. A will gives you the power to decide who will receive your assets.

In addition to providing for loved ones, you can make a charitable bequest for a specific dollar amount, a specific piece of property or other asset, or a certain percentage of your overall estate to Nebraska Right to Life.

There are other ways to leave a planned gift to Nebraska Right to Life. 

Planned Gifts can include:

Gifts of Stock
Charitable Gift Annuities
Charitable Remainder Trusts
Life Insurance
Property and other assets

Consider this example:

Jim and Elsie buy 500 shares of stock in Company X for $10 a share.  The original value of the stock is $5000.  Several years later the stock is worth $25,000.  If Jim and Elsie sell this stock they will have to pay capital gains taxes on the $20,000 profit.  

Instead Jim and Elsie donate the stock to Nebraska Right to Life.  Not only to Jim and Elsie avoid paying capital gains taxes they also can deduct the $25,000 as a charitable contribution.  

After providing for the needs of your loved ones, please consider remembering the unborn in your will by leaving a gift to Nebraska Right to Life. Contact your attorney or financial advisor to have your will properly drafted. If you have questions about leaving a gift to Nebraska Right to Life contact us at:

Nebraska Right to Life
PO Box 80410
Lincoln, NE 68501-0410
(402) 438-4802


Send email to [email protected]

Thank you for considering a planned gift to Nebraska Right to Life. 

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