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Planning Ahead for Centralís Future

There are many ways to give to the Central High School Foundation, now or in your estate plan.  You may wish to consider one of the following options:

Bequests: For many donors, making a gift through your estate is the most realistic way to provide a substantial contribution to the CHS Foundation.

Gifts of Insurance/Retirement: You can amend an existing insurance policy or retirement plan to name the CHS Foundation as one of your beneficiaries.

Appreciated Securities: Your outright gift of long-term, appreciated securities (stocks, mutual funds and bonds) is exempt from capital gains taxes.

Gifts of Real Estate: You can make a gift of commercial or residential real estate to the CHS Foundation and receive substantial financial benefits.

Charitable Gift Annuity: A gift annuity is a contract between the donor and the CHS Foundation that provides the donor a guaranteed payment for life and a charitable income tax deduction. Deferred gift annuities are also available.

Charitable Remainder Trust: A charitable remainder trust provides a lifetime income and a charitable income tax deduction.

Remember the Central High school Foundation in Your Estate Plan

There are many ways to remember the Central High School (CHS) Foundation in your estate plan, only a few of which involve any expense or professional fees. You may wish to name the CHS Foundation as a beneficiary in your will, living trust, life insurance policy, or pension plan.

Let us show you how to create a trust which will pay an annual income to the CHS Foundation for a period of years prior to distributing the principal to your children or grandchildren. The income the Foundation receives will create a charitable estate tax deduction for you.

There are many ways to benefit the CHS Foundation through planned gifts, some of
which will provide you with positive benefits during your lifetime.

By remembering the CHS Foundation, we will be able to continue the tradition of outstanding education at Central High School.

If you would like additional information, please contact Terry Price at the Central High School Foundation, 402-556-1996 or
Last Updated: Tuesday, August 22, 2020