Planned Giving

Direct Relief’s commitment to continue its work in the future requires planning and preparation. Some of Direct Relief’s supporters have committed to ensuring that the organization has the financial resources it will need in the future by including a gift in their will or trust, or by providing for another form of planned future gift. A planned gift may have financial benefits for you and can even allow you to contribute more to Direct Relief after you pass away than you could during your lifetime.

There are many ways to support Direct Relief with a planned gift. As you learn about ways to give, remember that the information provided here is not intended as legal or tax advice. We recommend that you discuss planned giving with your lawyer, tax planner, or financial advisor to find out whether it makes sense for you.

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Popular Types of Planned Gifts