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Planned gifts provide the resources
that create extraordinary opportunities and preserve the future of Mercy
Flight Central. Making a planned gift enables you to have a profound
impact on Mercy Flight Central and may help you make a larger gift than
you thought possible. To meet both your financial and philanthropic
goals there are many ways to create your legacy—from making Mercy Flight
Central a beneficiary in your will or retirement plan to making gifts
that provide you with lifetime income. Your gift may either be
unrestricted or restricted for a specific use. For example, restricted
gifts received can be used for: equipment, supplies or capital
There are several ways you can support Mercy Flight Central and receive significant tax and financial benefits. We will work with your attorney or tax advisor to develop a plan that best meets your philanthropic and financial needs.
Will or Living Trust Provisions — Name Mercy Flight Central in your will or living trust and you may save on your estate taxes. More...
Retirement Plan Beneficiary – Naming Mercy Flight Central as the
beneficiary of a qualified retirement plan is becoming an increasingly
popular way to give.
Life Insurance — This is an affordable way to make a significant gift to Mercy Flight Central. Giving the policy outright offers current tax advantages. More...
Charitable Lead Trust — Preserve your assets for your children, grandchildren, or others and provide support to Mercy Flight Central. More...
Life Income Arrangement — Receive an income stream for life and an immediate charitable deduction.
Charitable Gift Annuity More...
Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust More...
Charitable Remainder Unitrust More...
The information contained in this section is intended only as a guide. Individual circumstances will determine which planned giving opportunity is best for you. We encourage you to consult your attorney or professional advisor before entering into any giving arrangements.
"We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But if that drop was not in the ocean, I think the ocean would be less because of that missing drop...”
Mother Teresa (1910-1997)