Endowment, Planned & Legacy Giving
Permanence. This one word sums up the advantage of an endowment for you as a donor and for the TCNA community. Endowments established decades ago create a legacy that still sustains TCNA and our community. A gift of endowments ensures that your generosity and vision will have impact that extends far beyond your lifetime. If you are considering a gift of endowment, one of the first decisions will be how you want your gift to be used.
A gift to TCNA Unrestricted Endowment will support the full spectrum of initiatives and programs essential to the future of our community and its residents.
Perpetual Annual Campaign Endowment (PACE)
Create an endowment to perpetuate your Annual Campaign gift. This is a great way to sustain your lifelong investment in your community.
Jo Anne Rainville, RN
Securing the Future with a Planned Gift
Easy ways to create a planned gift to TCNA.
Bequest by will or trust
A charitable bequest is the easiest and most efficient way to leave a legacy gift to TCNA. By means of your will, trust or other estate plan you can:
Name TCNA to receive a percentage of your estate.
Leave TCNA a specific dollar amount.
Retain full control and use your assets during your lifetime.
Modify your bequest if your circumstances change.
Retirement Plan Assets
You may designate TCNA as a beneficiary of a qualified retirement plan, such as an IRA, 401(k), OR 403(b). To do so, simply contact your retirement plan administrator and complete the appropriate beneficiary designation form.
Name TCNA as a beneficiary you may avoid significant, often unanticipated, estate and income taxes that would otherwise be paid by your heirs.
Choose TCNA as a contingent beneficiary of your retirement plan in which chase TCNA will receive your retirement plan assets only after your spouse) or another designated primary beneficiary) has passed away.