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Planned Giving

A planned gift is a gift that comes from sources other than current expendable income and is based on total assets. It is generally part of a total estate plan and may take effect during the donor's life or after death.

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation, with more than 60 years of service to individuals with communication disorders and the professionals who serve them, is looking to secure its role for research and education advances to benefit future generations. Building a strong planned giving program is crucial to create new opportunities to advance knowledge through charitable giving programs. You can help ensure future security for current and new Foundation programs by offering a planned gift. These types of gifts can provide the donor with substantial tax savings and deductions and, at the same time, make an everlasting impact on the future of the ASHFoundation.

The planned giving information listed here highlights basic elements. Because every person's financial and charitable objectives differ, a plan should be customized to meet your specific needs. Explore your planned giving options by working with a qualified attorney, certified financial planner, or other professional financial planner.

How to Make a Planned Gift

Remember, legal documents should be prepared by an attorney. Please use our legal name, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation, when planning a gift to us.

If you are interested in making a planned gift to the Foundation, please contact:

Nancy J. Minghetti, Executive Director 
ASHFoundation 
2200 Research Boulevard 
Rockville, MD 20850-3289 
301-296-8701 
[email protected]

A request for information is not considered an obligation to the ASHFoundation. All communication will be held in strict confidence.

The ASHFoundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization under the regulations of the Internal Revenue Service. All contributions to the Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.

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