Estate & Planned Gifts

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Bequest – A bequest is a transfer of property, such as cash, securities or tangible property, to an individual or charitable organization by will or living trust. For many donors, a bequest offers the opportunity to make a more substantial gift than would be possible during the donor’s lifetime. Other donors view a bequest as an opportunity to put the finishing touches on a lifetime of giving with a lasting legacy to Mott. Bequests are a very popular, simple and impactful way to provide long-term support for our programs. Our staff can guide you through the many ways to be supportive, such as gifts that pay you an income for life or including Mott in your will or trust. We can help you determine which option best fits your personal situation. Estate and planned gifts create lasting commitments to advance children’s health beyond your lifetime. A charitable gift to C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital in your will, trust or through a beneficiary designation can help us provide more families with answers, breakthroughs and hope.

Beneficiary Designation – A beneficiary designation is a transfer of property, such as a retirement account, investment account, donor-advised fund or life insurance proceeds, at death to beneficiaries. Naming Mott as a beneficiary of an asset is also a popular, simple way to leave a lasting impact.

Charitable Gift Annuities – A charitable gift annuity can help you turn assets into a stable, lifetime income stream as you support our mission of education, research and patient care. A gift annuity is a simple contract that is easy to set up.

Charitable Remainder Trusts – A charitable remainder trust offers a number of financial planning benefits and a way to make a charitable gift which will provide annual payments to one or more beneficiaries for their lifetimes or for a specific term of years.

To learn more about planned gifts to Mott, contact Jane Langeland, director of gift planning, at 734-998-7587 or [email protected].