Leave a Legacy With a Planned Gift
The Ballington and Maud Booth Legacy Society is named for the visionary couple who founded Volunteers of America in 1896 with a promise to “go wherever we are needed, and do whatever comes to hand” to serve people in need.
A Planned Gift to Volunteers of America can help you manage your personal financial plan and extend your ability to help others for generations. Your contribution is a promise to the future of your community and may offer you and your family significant tax savings and other financial benefits.
Make Your Mark With a Gift for the Future
There are many ways to become a member of the Ballington and Maud Booth Legacy Society, and there are no minimum giving requirements. Working with your estate planning professional, you may choose to:
- Name Volunteers of America in your will.
- Make a gift of stock, real estate or other assets.
- Include Volunteers of America as beneficiary of a portion of your IRA or other retirement plan.
- Create a charitable remainder trust or charitable lead trust that will also benefit you and your heirs.
- Purchase an insurance policy, or revise an existing policy, to name Volunteers of America as the beneficiary.
- Contribute to Volunteers of America in exchange for a charitable gift annuity that provides current tax benefits and guaranteed income for your retirement.
For more information on leaving a legacy through Family Fund or Planned Gift, please contact Allison Traxler, Vice-President and Chief Development Officer at (225) 387-0061 or by email email@example.com.