Planned Giving

Making a planned gift is one way to support the Arlington Boys & Girls Club. Planned gifts make a significant impact on the lives of young people over an extended period of time while providing certain tax advantages to those making the donation. If you are interested in any of our Planned Giving options, we will be pleased to work with you and your advisors. 

Please contact Derek Curran at (781) 648-1617 X211 or
Planned gifts can be made in one of many ways:

A bequest to the Arlington Boys & Girls Club is a way to ensure that the charitable causes which are important to you continue to be supported beyond your lifetime. Bequests can be made by will or revocable trust.

Charitable Lead Trust :
Charitable Lead Trust provides a specified income amount to the Arlington Boys & Girls Club for a period of years or for the designated life of an individual. When the trust expires, the principal is returned to you or the heirs to your estate with significant estate and inheritance tax savings.

Charitable Remainder Trust :
A Charitable Remainder Trust allows the donor to make a charitable gift but retain the income stream for a maximum of 20 years. You receive an immediate charitable income tax deduction, immediate income and may receive relief from tax on capital gain. When the trust expires the assets remaining in the trust go to support the mission of the Arlington Boys & Girls Club.

Gifts of Life Insurance:
You can make a gift to the Arlington Boys & Girls Club as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy.

Gifts of Retirement Plan Assets :
By designating the Arlington Boys & Girls Club as the beneficiary of your retirement account your estate will receive a charitable deduction for the entire amount of the account, which will leave a larger balance of the estate for the donor’s other intentions.

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