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Planned Giving

Planned giving includes bequests, charitable trusts (remainder and lead), charitable gift annuities, gifts of retirement plan assets, gifts of life insurance policies, and gifts of tangible personal property. We would be pleased to work with you and your advisors to structure a gift that best fulfills your charitable goals please [email protected] or call (646) 369-0442.

Planned Giving Options

Bequests from Your Will

Including GallopNYC in your will or trust is a meaningful way to help us continue to serve New Yorkers with disabilities and special needs. 

Ways Your Can Give Through a Will or Trust: 

  • Leave a specific dollar amount or asset to GallopNYC.
  • Designate a percentage of your estate to be given through your will or living trust. 
  • Give only the remainder, or residue, of your estate, or that which remains after bequests to loved ones have been made. 
Charitable Gift Annuity

A charitable gift annuity is a contract between a donor and a charity. As a donor, you make a sizable gift to a charity using cash, securities or possibly other assets. In return, you become eligible to take a partial tax deduction for your donation, plus you receive a fixed stream of income from the charity for the rest of your life. 

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Retirement Assets

Retirement assets are one of the most beneficial gifts you can give to GallopNYC. These funds grow tax-free until the time of withdrawal. With the innovative use of these assets, you are able to contribute generously to GallopNYC as well as provide for your loved ones. Many taxes on assets in retirement plans can be avoided or reduced through a carefully planned charitable gift. 

Life Insurance

Life insurance is often overlooked as an asset that you can use to make gifts to GallopNYC. There are a number of ways to support GallopNYC’s programs with an insurance-related gift.

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Charitable Remainder Trust

A Charitable Remainder Trust (CRT) is a life-income arrangement that provides you and/or other beneficiaries with a stream of income for life or for a period of years. After the trust terminates, the principal, or “remainder interest,” goes to GallopNYC. CRTs are separately invested and managed trusts. GallopNYC does not manage these trusts for donors.

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The material presented in this website is intended as general educational information on the topics discussed herein and should not be interpreted as legal, financial or tax advice. Please seek the specific advice of your tax advisor, attorney, and/or financial planner to discuss the application of these topics to your individual situation.