Want to Support your Loved ones and FFA? Consider GivingFri, 13 Aug 2021 08:28:26 CDT
3 WAYS TO PUT FAMILY FIRST
Naming the National FFA Foundation as a beneficiary in your estate plan is a simple way to ensure we are able to continue to advance our mission for years to come. But maybe youíve hesitated because youíre unsure about how much to give.
Because life is unpredictable and the value of your assets will likely rise and fall, you donít want to risk that someday your charitable gift could outweigh the well-being of your family. Fortunately, thereís a solution.
Instead of a fixed amount, consider giving a percentage of your estate or of specific assets. That way, gifts to loved ones and to organizations such as the National FFA Foundation remain proportionalóno matter how your estate fluctuates.
Here are three simple ways to put family first while supporting FFA:
Give a percentage of your estate to the National FFA Foundation in your will.
Leave us a percentage of your residual estate (the portion of your estate that remains after all gifts have been made and all claims of the estate are satisfied).
Name us as a beneficiary of a percentage of your life insurance policy or retirement account.
YOUR GIFT MATTERS
Giving a small percentage of your estate can have a bigger impact on FFA than you might think. Contact Matthew Wyman at 317-376-9088 or firstname.lastname@example.org today if you have questions about naming us as a beneficiary. If youíve already named us as a beneficiary, please let us know so we can thank you for your generosity.
We express our sincere gratitude to donors who have already provided for the future of the National FFA Foundation with a planned gift. In appreciation, we would like to send you a custom gift made by an FFA member as part of their supervised agricultural experience. Visit FFA.org/MyPlannedGift to receive your handmade token of appreciation.
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