The Art of Planned Giving
Is there an "art" to providing support for Hidden Harvest? We think so. The art lies in something called planned giving - a process that uses financial planning, estate planning and tax planning techniques to enable friends to make gifts of startling significance, often with dramatic tax and financial rewards for the donors.
The need for careful planning becomes clear when people confront the three basic questions involved in making any important gift:
Planning What to Give
Planning How to Give
Learn More Now
To learn more now, you can either:
I am interested in learning more about how my planned gift can make a truly meaningful contribution to the future of HIDDEN HARVEST
Thank You for your continued support of our mission to end food waste and help alleviate hunger in our region.
Planning the Purpose of Your Gift
The future of Hidden Harvest depends in great part on the encouragement and support we receive from our friends. We solicit your help and ask you to take this very positive step: make Hidden Harvest a beneficiary of your will.
A bequest or other planned gift will be a source of continuing pride to you as the years pass. You can accomplish much that is good for our plans and programs, often at small cost to your other beneficiaries. And please - take a moment to tell us that you intend to make a bequest to Hidden Harvest or that you have, in fact, already included us in your estate plans. Knowing of your intentions permits us to better formulate our own plans, let us offer suggestions about bequests, and gives us the opportunity to express our profound gratitude to you now, for your thoughtfulness.
HIDDEN HARVEST • 940 East Genesee Avenue • P.O. Box 1982 • Saginaw, Michigan 48605-1982
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