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After bequests, life income contracts are the most common type of planned gifts made to charities.(If your nonprofit organization is too small or new to offer such vehicles, it should see if a community foundation will handle them for the organization and, if so, understand its terms for such gifts.) Basically, these gifts are a contract: a donor provides your organization with a sum of money, and in return, your organization agrees to provide the gift’s beneficiary or beneficiaries (usually the donor and, if applicable, his or her spouse) a stated income for his, her, or their lives, unless the contract is for a term of years. 1,160 more words
Why not organise and take part in your own fundraising event at work, school, college or even amongst friends? Get your copy of our… 45 more words
13-year-old with goal to provide strength, hope and financial assistance for cancer patients and their families through documentaries and fundraising.
We are only 7 days out until our project deadline and need help reaching our fundraising goal.46 more words
I don’t think too many charity leaders or Marcom professionals are going to suggest to you that social media will create overnight success for your organization. 672 more words