Types of Legacy Giving
Make a long-term impact over the span of a lifetime and beyond.


Stocks or In-Kind Gifts

By donating stock that has appreciated for more than a year, you end up giving 20% more from selling the stock than donating cash. CAMP-of-the-WOODS receives reliable income, and the donee avoids capital gains taxes.


Life Insurance

Either by making CAMP-of-the-WOODS a beneficiary of the Life Insurance policy or transferring full ownership of the policy. The value of the gift is generally its replacement value.


Charitable Gift Annuities

A charitable gift annuity is a contract between a donor and a charity with the following terms: As a donor, you make a sizable gift to charity using cash, securities or possibly other assets. In return, you become eligible to take a partial tax deduction for your donation, plus you receive a fixed stream of income from the charity for the rest of your life.


Will or Estate Giving

You can provide a bequest in your will for a dollar amount, percentage of your estate, or a residuary amount to CAMP-of-the-WOODS.

An estate gift (typically cash; personal property; real estate; stocks; or bonds) is left behind in a will for a group, individual, or organization.



A substantial gift was initially invested to create a reliable stream of regular income for CAMP-of-the-WOODS. 


Charitable Remainder Trusts

A charitable remainder trust is a tax-exempt irrevocable trust designed to reduce the taxable income of individuals and support charities.


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