Gift of Appreciated Stock
By giving appreciated stock directly to Children’s Trust of South Carolina, you may avoid hefty capital gains taxes and also receive a charitable deduction for the full fair market value of the stock at the time of the gift. Gifts of appreciated stock generally offer a greater tax benefit than cash. It is important to check with your attorney or financial advisor in any gift planning to make sure that you are choosing the best way to achieve your personal and charitable goals.
Include Children’s Trust in Your Will
By including Children’s Trust of South Carolina in your will, you ensure that your support of our mission continues in perpetuity. A bequest in a will or other estate plan can be made for a specific dollar amount, a percentage or the remainder of an estate.
Other Methods of Planned Giving
Following are other ways in which your planned gifts to Children’s Trust can support our future work to build stronger families and more resilient communities across South Carolina.
- Designate Children’s Trust of South Carolina as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy or pension plan.
- Establish a flexible living trust or a charitable remainder trust that provides assets to Children’s Trust of South Carolina while continuing to provide you the full use and benefit of those assets during your lifetime.