Smart and creative gift planning with Right to Life of Michigan can help you meet your financial objectives as well as your charitable goals. Popular ways of giving include naming Right to Life of Michigan in wills, living trusts, insurance policies and retirement plans. You are able to specify and direct your planned gift depending on your prolife interests and charitable intentions.
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Let us help you explore ways to help Right to Life of Michigan provide a voice for the those without one while maximizing your philanthropic giving.
Find out more about Right to Life of Michigan gift planning opportunities or notify us of your charitable intention or plan already made by calling (616) 532-2300 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Giving options include:
Right to Life of Michigan
If tax-deductibility is not an important consideration, then the most flexible gift for our organization is to Right to Life of Michigan, a 501(c)(4) non-profit.
Right to Life of Michigan Educational Fund
If tax-deductibility is an important consideration, and your goal is to fund current programs and projects, then the most flexible gift to our organization is to the Right to Life of Michigan Educational Fund, a 501(c)(3) non-profit.
Right to Life of Michigan Educational Endowment Fund
If tax-deductibility is an important consideration and your goal is to invest in the future educational programs and projects of the organization, then you may wish to consider a gift to the Right to Life of Michigan Educational Endowment Fund, a 501(c)(3) non-profit.
Information posted is for the purpose of providing general insight to common inquiries. Right to Life of Michigan, or its entities, is not engaged in legal or tax advisory service. Should legal or tax advice/assistance be needed in specific areas, or when considering a possible gift and wanting to know how that gift fits with overall donor plans and circumstances, Right to Life of Michigan recommends obtaining the services of an attorney or other professional advisor(s).
Because state laws govern wills, trusts, and charitable gifts made in a contractual agreement, advice from legal counsel should be sought when considering gifts of this type.
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