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Guide to Giving

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A Guide To Giving

When you make a gift to JFK Medical Center Foundation (Foundation) you are joining a group of dedicated and generous community members who have chosen to help guarantee the future of quality health care at JFK Medical Center and its affiliates. Outright gifts in the form of cash by check, credit card or money order are the most common. The Foundation also welcomes gifts of securities and real property and personal property.

A gift today of a fixed-dollar amount or appreciated securities such as stocks or bonds may allow you to take a current charitable income tax deduction for the full market value of the assets contributed. Gifts to the Foundation are tax deductible as allowed by law.

Annual Fund: Give to the Annual Fund and help provide the essential support needed to expand clinical services and programs for patients, and maintain and enhance the facility. Annual fund gifts are generally unrestricted for priority use by JFK Medical Center.

Matching Gifts
: Provided by employers to encourage community investment and enable donors to double (or even triple) their gifts

Endowment Funds: Gifts to the endowment are a permanent investment in the mission and goals of JFK Medical Center and provides long-term financial stability, security and growth. Your gift can be directed to the general endowment fund - named endowment funds can be established for a gift of $25,000 and above. The investment earnings on your gift will be used each year to support medical services and programs at JFK Medical Center.

Planned Gifts: Are arranged during a donor's lifetime, however, the benefits to JFK Medical Center often do not accrue until the donor or donor's beneficiaries are deceased. Bequests are the most common planned gifts; others include life income agreements (such as charitable trusts), life insurance and retirement plans. You can help JFKMC Foundation plan for the future by informing us of your planned gift.

Bequest: Outright or residual gifts made through your will.

Life Income Gift: By establishing a charitable trust you can make a gift and retain the right to receive income payments for life. Gifts to charitable trusts entitle you to a current tax deduction and allow you to avoid capital gains tax.

Gift of Life Insurance: Life insurance may be a means to make a much larger gift than you thought possible. JFKMC Foundation can be named as a beneficiary, co-beneficiary or a successor beneficiary to receive the proceeds in the event the primary beneficiary is no longer living.

Retirements Plans: The Foundation can be named as a beneficiary, co-beneficiary or contingent beneficiary of your Individual Retirement Account (IRA), Keogh Plan 401(K), 403(b) or other qualified pension plan.

Tribute/Memorial Gifts: Throughout the year, gifts are made to JFKMC Foundation in memory of a loved one, family member, friend, or colleague. To commemorate a special event, such as the birth of a child, an anniversary or birthday; a new job, promotion or retirement; or gifts to perpetuate. The individual or family honored by the gift is sent an acknowledgement informing them that a gift has been made.

To make a gift or pledge, for more information or to schedule a tour, call JFK Medical Center Foundation at (732) 632-1540.