It’s important to consult with a professional advisor, such as a wealth manager, estate planning attorney, and/or accountant to identify which gifting approach best suits your unique circumstances. Disability Rights Center – NH is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
- Donate real estate and receive income for life: Another way to donate real estate is to transfer title to a Charitable Remainder Trust. This type of Irrevocable Trust would allow the trustee to sell the transferred real estate and invest the sale proceeds, which then generate income payable to you or any named beneficiaries for life. Because the interests are split under the Trust, you may be eligible for a partial income tax deduction at the time of the gift. Upon termination of the Trust, the remaining Trust proceeds would be distributed to DRC-NH to further its mission.
- Bequest real estate: If you are not comfortable or unable to make an immediate gift of real estate, you have the option of donating real estate to DRC-NH at your death through your Last Will and Testament or Trust. This type of bequest may provide financial and other advantages to you and your loved ones.
Note: All donations of real estate or other property are subject to approval by DRC-NH’s Board of Directors.