Build Your Legacy
Through thoughtful legacy giving, you can make a lasting impact.
Legacy giving may have important financial advantages for you and your heirs and often costs nothing during your lifetime. The result is more employment opportunities and more effective rehabilitation to help adults and children with disabilities return to their homes, their communities, and the workplace.
Here are a few ways to plan your gift:
- Include a bequest to Kessler Foundation in your will: Your estate will earn a federal charitable estate tax deduction. With a gift through your will, you control your assets for life. Options include a specific amount, a specific property, or a residual percentage of your estate.
- Give from your IRA: If you are over 70.5, giving from your IRA helps you reduce your taxable income — and for those over 72 who must take a Required Minimum Distribution (RMD), an IRA gift is a simple way to fulfill it while supporting our mission.
- Fund a charitable gift annuity or charitable remainder trust: Either pays income for life, provides tax savings, and then supports Kessler Foundation.
- Designate Kessler Foundation as a beneficiary: The source can be your life insurance policy, retirement plan, savings account, or brokerage account. Name Kessler Foundation as beneficiary to build a legacy of changing lives for people with disabilities.
Your generosity will help Kessler Foundation achieve rehabilitation research breakthroughs and provide access to employment opportunities that return people with disabilities to their homes, their communities, and the workplace.
- Please contact Michele Pignatello at 973.324.8363 or [email protected] to learn more about building your legacy.