Gifts that Pay an Income
Do you want to support the School, but are concerned about having enough income for yourself and/or your loved ones?
Gifts that pay an income, such as gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, and pooled income funds, can provide donors (or their designated beneficiaries) with an income stream, significant tax savings and the satisfaction of supplying the School with vital long-term resources. A gift that pays income provides benefits to both giver and receiver. These gifts can be funded with cash, appreciated securities or real estate.
Since planned giving is very individualized, the specific benefits of gifts that pay income are influenced by a number of variables. Any gift you decide to make will be a reflection of your own special situation.
For information on our Legacy Society, visit http://jhu.planyourlegacy.org/society.php. The Legacy Society is an honorary organization of individuals who have chosen to support the mission of the Johns Hopkins University School of Education through charitable bequests, trusts and life-income gifts.