Join the Family Forever Society of Just in Time
- Your assets remain in your control throughout your lifetime
- You can modify your gift to address changing circumstances
- Under current tax law, there is no upper limit on the estate tax deduction for your charitable gifts
Please consider designating Just in Time for Foster Youth as a beneficiary of your trust, will, retirement accounts, annuities and insurance policies. Remember, there are tax benefits to naming a nonprofit as a beneficiary of retirement accounts.
We invite you to leave a legacy for tommorow by considering one of the planned giving opportunities below:
- Leaving a planned gift in your will; unrestricted gifts give us the greatest flexibility to use funds where they are most needed
- Naming JIT as a beneficiary of your trust
- Naming JIT on a retirement account or life insurance policy is a simple way to provide for our youth’s futures without writing or re-writing your will
- Leaving charitable gifts that provide income
- Including JIT in charitable annuities and remainder trusts, allowing you to provide income for yourself or loved ones while also supporting JIT’s work
Your gift will also ensure a significant financial foundation for transition age foster youth who haven’t been able to count on consistent support at any time in their young lives.