Leaving your philanthropic mark for the benefit of future generations is a milestone in good estate planning. Individuals interested in maximizing the economic future of their children and grandchildren can, at the same time, enhance the financial future of Penn Foundation.
When you include Penn Foundation in your will or estate plan, you have an impact on those we serve today and in the future. Help us perpetuate Penn Foundation’s tradition of hope and healing through recurring or planned gifts.
To make Penn Foundation a beneficiary of your estate and assets, plan one of the following gifts:
- Bequest in a will
- Charitable remainders
- Charitable lead trust
- Gift of retained life estate
- Designate Penn Foundation as a beneficiary for a Donor-Advised Fund
- Name Penn Foundation as a beneficiary to a percentage of your retirement plan
- Name Penn Foundation as a beneficiary or one of the beneficiaries of a life insurance policy
For more information, contact Kim Detwiler at 215.453.5190 or email@example.com.