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Gifts that brighten futures for children

A planned gift is any major gift, made in lifetime or at death as part of a donor’s overall financial and/or estate planning. Consider Incorporating a Planned Gift for your support of ALNC and help children thrive while receiving substantial benefits.


Learn how to give even when you're gone

Planned Giving, also sometimes called Legacy Giving enables one to make larger gifts to charitable organizations that one would not normally make with regular income. 

These gifts could include gifts of
stock, life insurance, real estate, personal property, or cash.  Estate and tax planning can provide for charities and heirs in ways that maximize the gift and/or minimize its impact on the donor’s estate, thereby benefitting both ALNC and the donor.

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What Type of Gift Works Best For You?

There are so many different ways to give. Select the option that works best for you or to learn more about that Planned Giving Element.
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Did you know that some gifts may work better than others based on your age? Find out what might be the perfect match for you.
  • Cash Gifts
  • Gifts of Securities
  • Donor Advised Funds
  • Gifts Left In Your Will or Trust
  • Assigning ALNC as a Beneficiary

Meet Our Amazing Donors

Assistance League® of North Coast is grows every year because of thoughtful people and organizations who take the time to give to the community.
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Important Donor News
  • Learn how new tax laws affect Giving
  • Check out our Planned Giving FAQ
  • How ALNC uses Planned Giving
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Planned Giving is a great way to support ALNC. Schedule a call with us and get started today!
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Contacts for
Planned Giving:
Pam Whitaker
Marcia Carucci

Legacy Society

The Legacy Society consists of and honors those members/donors who have included ALNC in their estate plans, such as a will or trust, and have stipulated that the gift go to the ALNC Endowment Fund.  It includes anyone who has: (1) submitted a Letter of Intent indicating ALNC is in any way in their estate planning and indicating whether the gift should go into the Permanent Restricted or No Restriction Endowment Fund; (2) anyone who has stated in their will, without realizing the need for a Letter of Intent, that they are including ALNC in any way in their estate planning.  

Names of Legacy Society members are displayed on a Legacy Society plaque in the “Sparkle” House.  In addition, names may be included in Splash articles, Gala programs and other ALNC publications and only with the consent of the donor.

ALNC Endowment Fund

The purpose of the Fund is to enable ALNC, by setting aside assets forever, to fulfill its mission more completely by developing its programs beyond what is possible through annual operating funds. Distributions will be limited to: ALNC capital improvement to the Thrift Shop; grants to Board approved ALNC programs; seed money for new programs and special one-time projects,including building expenditures; and other purposes specifically designated by donors whose gifts are included within the Endowment Fund.
The information on this website is not intended as legal or tax advice. For such advice, please consult an attorney or tax advisor. Figures cited in any examples are for illustrative purposes only. References to tax rates include federal taxes only and are subject to change. State law may further impact your individual results.