Heart of the House
As a planned donor, you can help ensure that Kathy’s House will continue its mission for years to come.
3 Ways to Give Other Than Cash
The most common way to provide financial support without writing a check is to designate “Kathy’s House” as a beneficiary in your will or trust. Your estate plan documents can provide a specific dollar amount, a percentage of your estate or what is left (remainder).
Many have found it easy to make a gift of appreciated stock. If you own stock with unrealized gains you can avoid paying capital gains taxes by donating the shares to Kathy’s House.
Another easy way to give is by designating “Kathy’s House” as a beneficiary (or partial beneficiary) on your retirement accounts, pension plans, or life insurance policies.
Contact your financial advisor, accountant or attorney to learn about the options that are right for you.
Meet Mike and Ginny McBride
“The best use of one’s life is to invest in something that will outlast life” – Mike McBride
Ginny and Mike McBride have included Kathy’s House in their estate plan with a planned gift and they strongly encourage others to make the same commitment. Mike has been a volunteer at Kathy’s House for many years and feels Kathy’s House truly makes a difference in someone’s life by providing lodging, a supportive environment and many other amenities. They feel happy to be able to lighten someone’s financial burden during a difficult time.