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Planned Giving

Leave a Legacy

Chances are you already donate a generous portion of your income to various non-profit organizations and we hope AID Atlanta is one of them. However, have you considered including AID Atlanta in your estate planning so that we can continue to serve generations of Atlantans to come?

By leaving a legacy to AID Atlanta, you will receive the satisfaction of supporting a cause that you care deeply about, while providing a foundation for the future of HIV/AIDS service and care in this community.

AID Atlanta’s planned giving program encourages people from all walks of life to make gifts from their estates to AID Atlanta. Whether your gift is a bequest, charitable remainder trust, charitable lead trust, retirement plan or a life insurance policy, AID Atlanta has professional estate planning consultants that can help you structure your planned gifts to provide the maximum investment/estate planning benefits to you and your family. For more specific instructions, please choose from one of the following links.

In appreciation of a planned gift, your name will be engraved on a commemorative glass plaque displayed in the offices of AID Atlanta.

Did you know that your planned gift could allow you to receive immediate income tax benefits as well as future transfer tax benefits and it can sometimes be designed to increase your current income or retirement income? For more information on planned giving options, or to set up an appointment to explore how a charitable gift to AID Atlanta may fit into your overall estate planning, please contact Ed Doolittle at 404.870.7728.

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