Trailblazer Society – Planned Giving
The Trailblazer Society is comprised of passionate supporters of TART Trails who want to ensure the trail network thrives now and forever. They are willing to make a gift for today and tomorrow by including TART Trails in their estate plans.
Do You . . .
- Support TART Trails
- Believe in the mission of TART Trails
- Believe that the network of trails has contributed to your quality of life and health
- Appreciate the important role trails play in our community
- Possess the financial resources to make a meaningful gift to TART Trails
- Want your gift to have a lasting impact in the community
Then you might wish to consider a planned gift to TART Trails and become a member of our planned giving society. Contact us today to learn more!
Planned gifts including wills, trusts, beneficiary designations, charitable trusts, and charitable gift annuities can make it possible for you to give more, and therefore have more impact, than would otherwise be the case. Planned gifts can make it possible for you to have an impact sooner and they can help individuals of all ages — including you — make meaningful charitable gifts. Trailblazer Society members are also invited to special events and are recognized in TART Trail’s annual report and website if you choose to be.
Once you have included TART Trails in your estate plans, we hope that you’ll let us know. Your attorney can advise you of the various types of charitable trusts and the estate tax benefits of each, and assist you in setting up a planned gift that is tailored to your personal needs. If you would like more information, please contact the TART Trails office at email@example.com, 231.941.4300.
How to: Planned Gifts
You can make a planned gift by naming TART Trails as a beneficiary in your will or by naming TART Trails as owner and beneficiary of a paid-up life insurance policy.
You can also make a planned gift to TART Trails and receive an income for life through the establishment of a charitable trust that names TART Trails as a beneficiary. Your attorney can advise you of the various types of charitable trusts and the estate tax benefits of each, and assist you in setting up a planned gift that is tailored to your personal needs. If you would like more information, please contact Development Director Casey Ressl at firstname.lastname@example.org, 231.941.4300.