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A donor-advised fund (DAF) is a centralized charitable account. It allows charitably inclined individuals, families, and businesses to make tax-deductible charitable donations of cash, publicly-traded stock, and, in some cases, certain illiquid assets, to LBFE Boston | Little Brothers – Friends of the Elderly.
Many people choose to leave a gift to charity to support the causes that have been so important to them in their lives. That’s because planned giving is one of the easiest tools available to provide for loved ones, lower estate taxes, and ensure charitable interests live on – all without costing a single penny today.
As a partner of LBFE, you have shown a commitment to providing companionship to isolated older adults and bettering our community in your lifetime. But your impact doesn’t have to stop there. There are many simple options:
- Make a Bequest by simply adding a few lines to your estate plans or will by naming LBFE Boston as a beneficiary. You may make amendments to your will at any time and establish a set dollar amount or perecentage of your estate/assets.
- Name LBFE Boston a Beneficiary of an insurance policy or retirement plan.
- Create a Charitable Trust that benefits LBFE Boston.
Please remember to include Little Brothers – Friends of the Elderly, Boston Chapter, and current address: 2 Park Plaza, Suite 400, Boston, MA 02116. For more information about Planned Giving, please email Nikki Shults or call her at 617-524-8882.
A gift to LBFE Boston is a thoughtful way to remember someone who has passed away, or honor a loved one for their birthday, holiday, or special occasion. We will send a card to recognize your kindness to whom you designate. You may make an honorary gift online today.
Tax-deductible gifts may also be made at any time by cash, check, or credit card and mailed to:
LBFE Boston | Little Brothers – Friends of the Elderly
2 Park Plaza Ste 400
Boston, MA 02116
If you are moved by our mission and our work, chances are your friends and colleagues may be as well. Be an LBFE Boston advocate and use your creativity to motivate others to support older adults in your community!
Do you have a birthday or special occasion coming up? Start a social media or peer-to-peer fundraiser! Want to host a fun in-person event for your friends, family or colleagues? Consider a house party, golf tournament or happy hour –all to help end isolation and loneliness among older adults through intergenerational programs!
Call Jean at 617-524-8882 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.