*Consult your tax advisor for the tax benefits to you.
Give to The Price Center without affecting your cash flow during your lifetime. A bequest is a gift created now and given at the end of your life. When The Price Center receives your gift, it is applied to the purpose(s) you specify. You can make your gift a percentage of your estate, a fixed amount or a tangible asset.
Retirement savings are potentially the most tax-burdened assets that one may own, often subject to both income and estate tax. The balance of your retirement plan may be worth more when donated to The Price Center than to your heirs. You name The Price Center as a beneficiary of your IRA, 401(k) or other qualified plan. After your lifetime, the residue of your plan passes to The Price Center tax-free.
Discover an innovative way to pass appreciating assets on to family members while making gifts in the interim. This is essentially a charitable remainder trust in reverse—it pays income to the charities you choose for a designated period of time or life expectancy and then passes the remaining assets back to the donor or beneficiaries after the time lapses.
Receive a large deduction by donating a residence while retaining the right to live there for life.
The Price Center empowers individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to thrive in their living, social and work communities.
Every gift to The Price Center helps transform the life of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. You are truly improving the quality of life for our individuals when you make a gift to The Price Center.