Here for good.
Why planned giving? Because your will tells a story.
Your will is a testament to everything you have accomplished in your lifetime — it ensures your values live on. You can provide for the causes you support in perpetuity through planned giving. It helps sustain and support nonprofits, better allowing organizations to weather fluctuations in economic cycles and charitable giving.
Your planned gift is invested with us, growing over time to make an even greater difference and bestowed at timing you control through your planned gift.
Read more about our planned giving services in the EnTrustATL brochure here.
For more information about EnTrustATL, please contact:
Director and Philanthropic Counsel
We had the opportunity to film Virginia Hepner on the Coca-Cola Stage at the Alliance Theatre, where she talks about what it means to leave a planned gift.
“Think about the organizations you support every day. You have an opportunity to continue that great work by leaving a planned gift to an organization you care about – you’ll make a lasting impression. And I can’t imagine a better organization to entrust with your funds than the Community Foundation.”
Community leader and planned gift donor
Benefits of joining EnTrustATL
When you establish a planned gift, you become a part of EnTrustATL and our philanthropic family. You receive:
- The opportunity to attend Foundation events and other exclusive philanthropic learning opportunities.
- Access to Community Foundation resources, publications, experts and our knowledge-base of nonprofits in the 23-county Atlanta region.
- Flexibility to make changes at no cost to your planned gift beneficiaries as your desires evolve.
If your documented planned gift is greater than $1 million, you have access to our highest level of personalized and family philanthropy services.
Let us help you.
Planned giving is complicated. We’re here to help your planned giving make the most sense for you. Our experts can help you and your financial advisors identify the best way to help reduce estate and income taxes or produce retirement income.