Leaving a bequest to Tu Nidito is a way to make a lasting and significant gift to further the mission of Tu Nidito. Planned gifts are made through a will or trust and can benefit general operating funds or go to support the Tu Nidito endowment fund.
A planned gift is a transfer of assets to Tu Nidito during lifetime or as part of an estate plan. This is a forward-thinking approach to giving and is considered ‘planned’ as often these assets are not liquid, relate to taxes and are transferred via a will or other legal written document. It’s easy and you don’t have to be wealthy to make a meaningful impact. A few assets that can be leveraged into planned gifts include:
Bequest: A provision in a will that allows Tu Nidito to receive a gift upon your death.
Life Insurance: Name Tu Nidito as a beneficiary in a life insurance payment.
Charitable Remainder Trust: Assets are transferred to a trust and earnings are paid as income to beneficiaries. Upon death of the last beneficiary, the principal is a gift to Tu Nidito.
Charitable Gift Annuity: A legal agreement between you and Tu Nidito by turning assets into a meaningful gift while enhancing lifetime income and maximizing tax benefits.
Charitable Lead Trust: Assets of a trust, for a specific period of time, will benefit Tu Nidito. When the trust terminates the principal goes to your named beneficiaries.
Tu Nidito partners with the Jewish Community Foundation to manage the investment of endowment funds and planned gifts. Please contact the JCF, 520-577-0388, or Tu Nidito for more information or questions regarding making a planned gift to Tu Nidito. This information is provided as potential giving options to support Tu Nidito programs. Tu Nidito recommends that you always consult a tax professional or attorney regarding charitable contributions.
Tu Nidito’s Federal Identification Number is: 86-0769031
Legal Name and Address:
Tu Nidito Children and Family Services
3922 N Mountain Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85719
Lisa Robinson, Director of Development
520-322-9155, ext 7013