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Photo: Cecille Joan Avila/Partners In Health. Shukulu Nibogore, 1, sits on her mother's lap while Athanasie Mukamana, a PIH community health worker, measures her arm for signs of malnutrition, in Rwinkwavu, Rwanda, on Sept. 23, 2015.
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In gratitude for your partnership, PIH partnered with our friends at FreeWill to offer you a free, online tool that walks you through the process of writing a legally valid will. It typically takes less than 25 minutes! At the end, you can download and sign your legal will.
The tool is always free, whether you choose to include a gift to PIH or not (thank you for your thoughtful consideration!). If you have a large or complex estate, or if you simply prefer to work with an attorney, you can also use FreeWill to find a trust and estates attorney near you and create a list of documented wishes, which can save you time and money at the lawyer’s office.
A charitable gift annuity is a way to make a gift to Partners In Health, receive income for yourself or others and be entitled to a current income tax deduction for a portion of the assets given to fund the gift annuity.
A deferred gift annuity provides fixed payments to you for life in exchange for your gift of cash or securities. The payments start on a date you choose that is at least one year after you make the gift.
Do you want to benefit from the tax savings that result from supporting Partners In Health? A trust can reduce or even eliminate any gift or estate tax that might otherwise be due in your charitable donation to PIH.
A charitable remainder unitrust can help you maintain or increase your income while making a significant gift to Partners In Health. If your unitrust grows, your payments will grow too, providing a hedge against inflation.