Many people like you support the lifesaving work of Moffitt Cancer Center and enhance the lives of countless patients fighting cancer – both now and in the future – through a planned or estate gift. A planned gift to Moffitt can help you make an impact now and extend your generosity far into the future. Additionally, a planned gift can protect your assets, provide for your family, and give you or your loved ones income for life.
Popular ways to make a planned gift
There are several ways to make a planned gift to Moffitt. For instance, you may want to talk with your attorney or tax advisor about:
- Including a gift to Moffitt in your will or trust, which will allow you to provide future support to Moffitt with no cost to you during your lifetime. Creating a life-income gift, such as a charitable gift annuity or charitable remainder trust, which can provide you with a guaranteed income stream, significant tax savings, and the satisfaction of providing Moffitt with essential long-term resources
- Naming Moffitt as a beneficiary of your retirement plan or other transfer on death accounts, such as an individual retirement account (IRA), 401(k) plan, profit-sharing plan, Keogh plan or 403(b) plan, which will allow you to support Moffitt while taking advantage of special tax considerations
- Making a current gift to Moffitt using assets in your traditional individual retirement account (IRA) through a "Charitable IRA Rollover," which allows individuals over the age of 70½ to make a direct, tax-free transfer to Moffitt for cancer research and patient care
Through the generous support of people like you, Moffitt has become one of the most widely respected cancer research and treatment centers in the nation. Whether you choose to make a planned gift or cash donation, participate in a fundraising event or join a giving society, you can make a significant impact on the lives of many people – possibly more than you ever thought possible. Consider that your gift will help pave the way for new cancer treatments that may one day save the life of someone you love.
The information on this website is not intended as legal or tax advice. For such advice, please consult an attorney or tax advisor. References to estate and income taxes include federal taxes only. State income/estate taxes or state law may impact your results.