Every gift makes a significant difference in the lives of our residents.
With your support, Iroquois can provide comprehensive health care services and advance the health care options to the elderly. We need your help and hope you will consider supporting us through a gift. We have remained true to our mission to provide excellence in senior health care. Your contribution is your opportunity to be support advancements in senior care through an income tax-deductible donation.
Ways to Give to Iroquois
Write a Check
Monetary donations to Iroquois are the most common method for giving, and are usually on an annual basis. Gifts of all sizes from $25 to $25,000 and up, in cash, stock or other property can be used by Iroquois immediately. Because of our 501(c)(3) status, these gifts are income tax deductible.
Make a Planned Gift
Many supporters of charitable organizations would like to give more money if they could afford it. Donors can arrange a planned gift now by arranging a gift following their death.
Name an Insurance Beneficiary
You can name Iroquois as a beneficiary for all or part of the policy proceeds following your death. Another income tax benefit is to give the policy itself to Iroquois, and then your premium payment will be considered an annual gift to charity.
Use a Retirement Fund
By filling out a change of beneficiary form, you can name Iroquois the beneficiary to a portion of your income tax-deferred IRA or 401(k) retirement plan.
Include a Charitable Bequest in Your Will
Don’t forget about Iroquois when you make your will. Work with your lawyer to include a charitable bequest or a revocable living trust.
Establish a Charitable Fund
Talk to your banker or investment advisor about setting up a special savings or investment account earmarked charity.
Purchase a Charitable Gift Annuity
This is a way to make a substantial gift and continue receiving an income. Charitable gift annuities combine ongoing income at fixed rate for you or another beneficiary and may provide certain income tax benefits.
Create a Charitable Remainder Trust
Your professional financial and legal advisors can show you other ways to leave a legacy and keep some for yourself.
Make an Employer Matching Contribution
A contribution made by an employee to a not-for-profit organization that is matched by a contribution from the employer multiplies the gift you make. You can even encourage your co-workers to join in the giving.
For more information or to make a donation, fill out a Contribution Form (pdf) or call (315) 469-1300 x3011.