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Plan your legacy

Mention PURE in your Will

Consider supporting PURE in your will or estate plan. PURE accepts donations in many forms including stocks and equities. Contact us to learn how to receive income while making a commitment to PURE.

There are many wonderful reasons to leave a legacy for a charity that matters to you.

  • It gives an option to give back to the cause you love.
  • You are directly helping the organization to make an impact by donating to a cause that you care for.

One can create a legacy that will last beyond their lifetime. Donating part of one's estate to a nonprofit, they can continue making an impact long after they are gone.

How to include donation in your will

  • Decide the amount of money or stock, Can allocate a percentage of total estate to a charity.
  • Name the charity as a beneficiary in your will.

    Full Name - People for Urban and Rural Education

    Address - 155, Bartram Market Dr; Suite 135, #144; Saint Johns; FL 32259

    Employer Identification Number (EIN) - 81-2726747

    EIN will help identify the charity when there are multiple orgs with similar name.

  • Inform PURE about your donation by emailing us at plannedgiving@pureonline.org.
  • Consider telling your loved ones about your decision to add charity in your will, so there aren’t any surprises.
  • Freewill.com (https://www.freewill.com) has a section to add charitable gifts. Please enter the organizations full name and EIN, so your gift goes to the correct place

See sample legal language to include PURE in your will or estate plan. CLICK HERE (refer to sample ) https://www.savethechildren.org/us/ways-to-help/plan-your-legacy

Tribute Gift

“Help someone in need by remembering someone you love“

Tribute gifts are donations made in honor or in memory of someone who is not the donor. Gifts to PURE may be made in honor or in memory of a loved one.

  • Give in Memory Of Someone – gift that honors the memory of someone that has passed away. Many people now request this type of donation to be made in lieu of flowers, for a more lasting legacy. These types of donations are also known as memorial tribute gifts.
  • Gifts in Honor Of Someone – this type of tribute gift is for special occasions or milestones and are often made in lieu of an actual gift. These gifts can be made for occasions such as an anniversary, a birthday, Father’s Day, or graduation. The idea here is that many of us have too much stuff already. Why not ask friends to donate for a cause you love?

Donate Stocks

Publicly traded securities held for more than one year—such as stocks, bonds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), and mutual funds—are the non-cash assets most frequently donated to charities.
Donor-advised funds, which are 501(c)(3) public charities, provide an excellent gifting option for donations of publicly traded securities.

  • Giving appreciated stock you’ve held for more than a year is better than giving cash. If you donate stock that has increased in value since you bought it more than a year ago – and if you itemize deductions -- you can take a charitable deduction for the stock’s fair market value on the day you give it away.
  • You’ll also avoid capital-gains taxes on the increase in value over time, which you would have had to pay if you sold the stock then gave the charity the cash proceeds. You can deduct the fair market value only if you hold the stock for more than a year before giving it away. If you’ve held it for less than a year, your deduction is limited to your cost basis -- what you paid for the stock -- not the current value.

When donating Stock to PURE, you may take a tax deduction for the market value, you avoid capital gain tax while deducting 100% of the value of the contribution.

Donate in Cryptocurrencies

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency donations are some of the most tax-efficient ways to support your favorite cause.

Cryptocurrency donation is tax deductible. The IRS classifies cryptocurrency donations as property, meaning they are not subject to capital gains tax and are tax-deductible. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. For example, for donors in the United States, the IRS has classified bitcoin as property for tax purposes. This means that when someone donates bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to a 501(c)(3) nonprofit like PURE, donors do not have to pay capital gains tax and it is tax-deductible if you provide your email address.

To start your cryptocurrency donation to PURE, visit our cryptocurrency donation page select your preferred donation type and support our cause.

*Please consult your tax advisor. You can donate anonymously but you will not receive a tax receipt.

Beneficiary Designations

Beneficiary designations allow you to transfer assets directly, regardless of the terms of your will. Beneficiary designations are often made when a financial account, retirement account, or life insurance policy is established.

  • You can name PURE, as the beneficiary of your life insurance policy or retirement account. You can leave the entire amount to a charity or designate a portion of the proceeds goes to the charity and the remainder to a family member or other beneficiary.
  • Confirm that the charity you want to list as a beneficiary of your life insurance or retirement plan qualifies as a 501(c)(3) organization so that any money you leave it will be a tax-deductible contribution.
  • Contact the charity to verify that it will accept the proceeds of your life insurance policy or retirement plan as a charitable donation. Visit a charity’s website for contact information including mailing address, phone numbers and email addresses.
  • Request a beneficiary designation form from your insurance company or plan administrator. You may have the option of logging into your insurance or retirement account and updating your beneficiary information online. However, you need to complete a print beneficiary designation form if you've named an irrevocable beneficiary and need that person to sign a waiver. You cannot change an irrevocable beneficiary without the consent of the beneficiary you previously named. Federal law prohibits electronic signatures on waivers.
  • Name a charity of your choice as the beneficiary of your life insurance proceeds or retirement account assets. Identify the charity on the form by listing the organization’s full name, address and tax ID number. Indicate that the beneficiary is a charity on the designation form.
  • Sign and date the beneficiary designation form before returning it to the address the insurance company or retirement plan administrator provides. Keep a copy of the completed and signed form for your estate planning record. Designating a charity as your beneficiary will not be effective until the insurance company receives your signed form.

Workplace Giving

As a registered 501(c)3 charitable organization, PURE participates in workplace giving.

Workplace giving is an easy, efficient way employees can make tax-deductible donations to charities they care about through payroll contributions at work.
Workplace giving programs can be set up in a variety of ways. Some of the more popular workplace giving programs offered by corporations are:

Company Matching Gifts

Some companies match the charitable donations of their employees.

Volunteer Support Programs

Some programs essentially reward employees who take time to donate their time to a nonprofit. For instance, a company might offer a $250 stipend to a nonprofit for every 15 hours that an employee volunteers there.

Donations through Payroll Deduction

Employees who wish to effortlessly donate to a worthy cause can set up a payroll donation at their workplace. However, companies usually limit the type of nonprofit to which their employees can contribute.

Annual Giving Campaigns

Payroll deduction can be used to funnel donations to charities, but these take place at certain times of year.
PURE can be designated to receive a United Way campaign , in which employees can pledge a certain amount that is deducted over the course of a year.

Gifts that pay your income for life

Enjoy a lifetime of payments while you support PURE through charitable gift annuities and charitable remainder trusts.

Charitable Gift Annuities

A charitable gift annuity with PURE is a gift that gives back. It can provide you and/or another beneficiary with stable income for life. You may also receive an immediate income tax deduction.

You can also qualify for a variety of tax benefits, including a federal income tax charitable deduction when you itemize. Your payments depend on your age at the time of the donation.

  • You and/or your beneficiary receive fixed annual payments for life at a very attractive rate based on the age of the beneficiaries.
  • You can begin receiving payments immediately (if you are 50 or older) or defer payments for a year or more.
  • You are eligible for an immediate tax deduction. If you donated appreciated assets, you may save on capital gains taxes as well.
  • You receive payments for the rest of your life
  • You can help meet the long term financial needs of a loved one
  • You enjoy the satisfaction of knowing that your gift will help educate children around the world!!

Calculate your gift here - https://calculator.giftillustrator.com/A0017957/gift-annuity
* By clicking on “Calculate your gift here,” you will be taken to our partner’s website, which is not owned by Save the Children.

Charitable Remainder Trust

If you have built a sizable estate and are looking for ways to receive reliable payments, consider a charitable remainder trust. At the end of the trust term, the balance in the trust goes to PURE.. These types of gifts may offer you tax benefits and the option for income.

There are two ways to receive payments and each has its own benefits:

  • The annuity trust pays you, each year, the same dollar amount you choose at the start. Your payments stay the same, regardless of fluctuations in trust investments.
  • The unitrust pays you, each year, a variable amount based on a fixed percentage of the fair market value of the trust assets. The amount of your payments is predetermined annually. If the value of the trust increases, so do your payments. If the value decreases, however, so will your payments. Calculate your gift here.

* By clicking on “Calculate your gift here,” you will be taken to our partner’s website, which is not owned by Save the Children.