Ways to support Lung Cancer Initiative
Ways to Give
Hope Ambassadors provide sustaining funding to support LCI’s mission delivery through regular giving (monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly). A recurring monthly donation for one year provides sustaining support like the following:
$4.17 per month
$21 per month
$30 per month
$100 per month
OTHER WAYS TO GIVE
Bequest by Will: A legacy of giving
Including a charitable bequest in your will is a simple way to make a lasting gift to Lung Cancer Initiative and to those we serve across North Carolina. You can leave a bequest to LCI by adding to an existing will or drafting a new one. Make a gift of a stated dollar amount, a percentage of your estate, or the remainder after distributions to other beneficiaries. In doing so, you leave a legacy to LCI and to your community, yet preserve and enjoy assets you might need during your lifetime. Plus, the assets distributed to LCI are exempt from estate tax.
Life Insurance: A simple way to have a significant impact
Giving through life insurance is one of the simplest ways to make a significant contribution to Lung Cancer Initiative and to establish your legacy of giving. You may do so in one of two ways: 1) You can designate LCI as the primary or secondary beneficiary of either 100% or some percentage of the proceeds from the policy. 2) You can transfer to LCI ownership of the policy – either paid in full or for which you continue making premium payments. The transfer of the policy is a present gift for which a charitable tax deduction may be taken, and your continued payment of premiums is each considered a charitable contribution, deductible to the full extent of the law.
Gifts from Retirement Plans: The perfect gift asset
Retirement plan assets (those in qualified plans and IRAs) are ideal for charitable giving purposes because these assets are often heavily taxed when passed to non-spouse beneficiaries. To make a future gift of retirement plan assets simply requires a designation of Lung Cancer Initiative as the beneficiary of the plan. Making a present gift of retirement account assets during your lifetime has been permitted under recent law for certain tax years; check with your tax advisor before making a gift of retirement plan assets.
Gifts of Stock
The Lung Cancer Initiative accepts donations of stock through our Legacy Fund. Please notify us that the stock or wire transfer has been requested and provide the name of the donor, the name of the security, and the number of shares transferred. If you have any questions, please contact Paige Humble at 919-784-0410.
Direct your stock transfers to:
For credit to: 32456958
Lung Cancer Initiative
To learn more about the benefits of charitable giving through cash and non-cash gifts, see this resource provided by Schwab Charitable.
The people below have passed away this year, and their family and friends have chosen to honor their memory by donating to Lung Cancer Initiative (LCI). Such donations are a thoughtful tribute to those we have lost. Lung Cancer Initiative is honored to be chosen as the recipient of those gifts.
To make a donation, please click the ‘Donate’ button above and it will walk you through the steps of making a donation in honor or memory of a loved one.
Barbara Brown (Greensboro, NC)
Ron Templeton (Durham, NC)
Karen Key (Durham, NC)
Wondering what to do with your used car or truck? Donating your old vehicle to Lung Cancer Initiative is convenient, easy, and may qualify you for a tax deduction. We have partnered with Vehicles for Charity . All you need to do is to complete their simple online donation form or call 1-866-628-2277 and they take care of the rest. We will pick up your vehicle, arrange to have your donation towed, and provide you with a tax-deductible receipt, all at no charge to you.
AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support your favorite charitable organization every time you shop, at no cost to you. Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to your favorite charitable organization. If you would like Amazon to make a donation to Lung Cancer Initiative, please use the following link.
Lung Cancer Initiative participates in workplace Giving campaigns through Community Health Charities, Combined Federal Campaign (CFC #23369), and state employee campaigns and several other corporate campaigns. Check your company’s list of approved charities in your workplace contribution campaign. If we are not listed, please request our inclusion with the following information:
Lung Cancer Initiative
5171 Glenwood Ave., Ste. 401
Raleigh, NC 27612
Many employers will also match your donation to Lung Cancer Initiative. Check with the company you work for to determine their requirements and process or view the list of NC companies with matching programs.