Legacy or planned gifts to the Alabama State Parks Foundation have enduring impact. They reach beyond our years, blessing future generations of Alabamians. Here are ways you can leave a legacy with the Alabama State Parks.
First of all, a bequest to the parks in your will or estate plan has virtually no immediate impact on your financial situation. However, some planned gifts of this kind can have significant tax benefits. Here are ways you can benefit the parks with a planned gift.
For generations, people have made causes like the state parks a beneficiary in their will. A simple conversation with an estate attorney can make this happen. Just remember to specify the Alabama State Parks Foundation as a beneficiary in your will or estate plan.
For example, a charitable remainder trust provides life income for the donor. At the passing of the donor, the remainder of the trust goes to the parks.
Charitable gift annuities are yet another way donors to the parks can earn life income and benefit the parks at their passing.
Land donations can also benefit the Alabama State Parks and perhaps shelter your assets from onerous tax burdens.
These are just some of the ways you can extend the impact of your charitable support for our beautiful state park system. By them, your charitable aims reach beyond the years and bless generations to come as they enjoy one of Alabama’s cherished treasures.
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