A planned gift enables you to support Medical College of Virginia Foundation, secures the financial needs of your loved ones, and provides you with tax benefits. Gifts of all sizes combine to help us meet our current goals and reach further into the future.
By including Medical College of Virginia Foundation in your will or trust, naming the Foundation as a beneficiary of your retirement or other account, or taking advantage of other giving opportunities, you can preserve your assets now and support Medical College of Virginia Foundation for years to come. Your gift will have a real, lasting impact.
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Not only do you have options for how your gift will be used, you also have options on what to give and how to give. There are gifts that cost you nothing now, gifts that pay you income, and gifts that allow you to decide what happens when.
Through a provision in your will or trust, you can make a gift in the form of cash, securities, real estate, or personal property.
Naming Medical College of Virginia Foundation as the future beneficiary of a retirement plan, life insurance policy, financial account, commercial annuity or donor advised fund is a simple way to accomplish a charitable goal without affecting your current income.
If you're 70 ½ or older, you can make a gift directly from your IRA to MCV Foundation. While there is no charitable deduction for a rollover gift, you avoid the income tax on the donated portion of your required minimum distribution.
Part gift and part investment, a charitable gift annuity or charitable remainder trust is a gift arrangement that provides you or others with income and leaves a gift for charity in the future for the purpose you choose.
There are two ways to support the MCV Campus with your Donor Advised Fund (DAF). You can make a grant to us at any time from your donor-advised fund, and also designate MCV Foundation as successor beneficiary to receive all or a portion of the balance of your DAF through your fund administrator.
When you donate appreciated stocks, bonds, or mutual fund shares instead of cash, you'll receive charitable deductions at full, fair market value while reducing capital gains impact.
Like stock, the fair market value of gifts of appreciated assets such as real estate , artwork, and other well curated collections, can be deducted from your income tax today and reduce your estate taxes in the future. In addition, gift of real estate can take many forms some of which may offer significant capital gains tax savings.
Donors just like you have made a real impact just by adding a few words to their will or using one of the many giving options available.
David Cohen, M.D., and his wife, Lisa, look back on their time on the MCV Campus as students, faculty — and even as patients — with reverence akin to extended family.
During senior year at Boston College, Valerie Hunt, Ph.D., RN, applied and was accepted to three graduate nursing programs.
Mike Nuckols is proud of the impact he and his colleagues had on communities
Gurpal Bhuller, M.D., has treated patients for more than 30 years at both VCU Health and his own practice in Colonial Heights.
David Sarrett, D.M.D., dean of the VCU School of Dentistry, and his wife Beth announced their estate plans include support to endow a chair in general dentistry in an effort to ensure that future generations of dentistry students learn from the most talented faculty.
Giving stock to support cancer research was an easy choice for Adrienne Maxwell, a retired banker who led estate planning as a vice president for Citibank. She has long supported the potential of medical research to save and impact many lives and recently donated stock to support research at VCU Massey Cancer Center.
Both Don and Michele Romano, M.D., found IRA Charitable Rollovers a great way to support their favorite charity.
A $1 million gift from the estate of Rebecca Peebles Bowen continues her and her husband's legacy of supporting healthcare and healthcare education.
Cathy, Adam and Jay Plotkin honor the memory of Ron Plotkin, beloved husband and father, by establishing a brain tumor research fund at VCU Massey Cancer Center.
In 2016, Williamsburg couple Nancy and Craig Canning were both beginning to enjoy the relaxation of retirement when they encountered two unexpected hurdles: anxiety and depression. Partners in every sense of the word, this was a battle they would face together.
Payment rates have just increased for the first time in six years for our charitable gift annuities, which is why we asked Kathy Bobbitt and Bertha Rolfe about their impressions and experiences with this method of giving.
A passenger on one of the last ships to safely reach the U.S. during WWII. The first female doctor at her practice in Minnesota. The Class of 53's Julie MÃ¸ller Sanford led a storied life, filled with family, kindness, acceptance and a commitment to paying it forward.
School of Medicine alum Dr. Robert Swisher shares his gratitude for the excellent education he received on the MCV Campus.
Lifesaving cardiac care inspires support for the healing mission and scientific research on the MCV Campus from Susan Craik and Jeff Kling.
Bill Belanich wants to help others breathe easier. He's made a game-changing commitment to research and care for advanced lung disease that will ensure VCU Health remains a leader in providing respiratory care to patients.
A grieving husband finds solace in supporting VCU Massey Cancer Center after his wife's death.
Let us know how we can help you include Medical College of Virginia Foundation in your estate plans. Discussing your charitable intentions with us can lead to a much better result than going it alone - and will ensure that your gift is used just as you wish.
If you are working with a professional advisor, or advising a donor, here's a practical guide for including Medical College of Virginia Foundation in a charitable estate plan.