Partnering to Transform Global Cancer Care
The International Cancer Expert Corps has a range of planned giving options to help you customize your gift of cash or other assets to suit your personal financial circumstances and that may enable you to make a more substantial gift than you thought possible.
Planned giving refers to any major gift that involves financial or estate planning. These gifts can provide important benefits both to you and to ICEC. Different types of planned gifts may include bequests, securities, charitable trusts, donor advised funds, life insurance policies, retirement plan assets, and gifts of personal property.
The most common forms of giving are direct gifts of cash and securities, but there are other types of assets that may be donated and many planned giving options that have advantageous financial and tax benefits. Planned giving contributions are critical to the ICEC’s stability and future success.
We have provided an overview of various ways of giving, highlighting some of the potential financial benefits, however, this information is not intended to provide specific advice about the legal or tax implications of charitable giving. Before making a gift to ICEC, you should consult with your financial, tax, and/or legal advisors for a thorough analysis of your individual situation to decide which of these ways of giving might work best for you.
For more information on Planned Giving options, or to make a gift to ICEC, please contact ICEC at the Office of Outreach and Development at Development@iceccancer.org