Gifts of Security
Marketable stocks or bonds are other assets you may contribute to Skagit Valley College Foundation (appreciated assets may confer tax benefits). Please consult your attorney and financial advisers when considering this type of giving.
Charitable Remainder Trust
A popular life income plan is a charitable remainder trust. This plan may increase your current income and could provide significant tax benefits as well. Please consult your attorney and financial advisers when considering this type of giving.
You can make a significant contribution to Skagit Valley College Foundation through the donation of a life insurance policy. If you now own an existing life insurance policy you may assign all or a partial ownership in the policy to the Foundation, which may entitle you to income tax benefits. You may also name the Foundation as beneficiary on a current policy or when purchasing a new policy. Please consult your attorney and financial advisers when considering this type of giving.
Giving through your will. It can include a percentage of your estate, a fixed amount or whatever property is remaining after other bequests are distributed. To ensure that your wishes will be carried out, it is important that your will be prepared by an attorney.
For further questions, please fee free to contact the Foundation staff at (360) 416-7717.