The Sandy Morgan Legacy Society
Create a Legacy… of Hope, of Peace, of Comfort and Support
Planned giving consists of various ways for you to support end of life quality healthcare.
Anyone can create a legacy gift by naming a charity on the beneficiary form of a savings, checking, or pension account; remembering a charity in a will or living trust; or using a more complex instrument such as a charitable life-income trust.
All of these forms of legacy giving demonstrate a powerful and meaningful way for you to create a philanthropic legacy for your community and favorite cause, like Lower Cape Fear Hospice, that you care about.
While tax planning is often not the motivation behind a charitable contribution, there are many tax advantages for you to consider before making a donation. We are happy to work with you and your financial advisor.
A Gift of Lasting Beauty
Sandy Morgan was our first hospice patient in 1980. Beautiful in person and spirit, she dedicated her life to helping others by enrolling in nursing school and planning to join the Peace Corp. She was 28 years old—a vibrant artist, a dedicated volunteer, a courageous patient. Her life is a legacy.
Since her time with us, Lower Cape Fear Hospice has served thousands and thousands of patients and their families. Sandy’s spirit and her joy for life is still a part of our organization today. It is with the utmost honor and respect that we remember and celebrate her legacy through the Sandy Morgan Legacy Society.
Avenues and Benefits of Joining the Sandy Morgan Legacy Society
The Sandy Morgan Legacy Society of Lower Cape Fear Hospice Foundation is a way to recognize donors who makes a revocable or irrevocable estate or planned gift to the Foundation. According to the donor’s preference, membership will be listed by name or as “Anonymous.”
While many donors want little in return for their generosity. Planned or estate gifts provide advantages to you as well as to Lower Cape Fear Hospice. Your charitable contributions can maximize your personal objectives while minimizing your tax costs. Tax benefits for planned gifts vary by situation and implementation. Please consult a legal and/or tax advisor to determine the benefits for you and your family.
There are many ways to make a gift, such as:
- Charitable remainder trust
- Charitable lead trust
- Life insurance
- Named endowment fund
- Retirement plan assets
Membership commences upon notification of your gift, which may be made to the Foundation in one of the following ways:
- Providing the Foundation a copy of signed gift paperwork
- Providing the Foundation a letter of intent that identifies the gift
- Personal notification of the gift to the Foundation’s Executive Director or Vice President of Development