Remembering MHA to receive a percentage of your assets through a will or trust ensures that your charitable goals will not infringe on your financial needs during retirement. Treating not-for-profit organizations as an additional child is a growing trend that not only allows you to ensure that your heirs are taken care of, but also helps the causes that matter to you continue to offer their important services with your help after you’re gone. You might include MHA for a certain amount of money, a percentage of your estate, or a specific asset that isn’t easily transferred to a child or grandchild such as a small retirement account or life insurance policy, or a physical asset like a rental property or farm ground. We always appreciate the opportunity to discuss these options in advance with our donors to ensure that your gifts are being used as effectively as possible, and are directed to your area of passion. To that end, please call our Office of Planned Giving any time at 316.651.1241.
Adding one simple line to your will or trust ensures that MHA will be able to continue offering our programs to those in-need throughout south central Kansas. This line can be quickly added by your attorney at any time.
I give and devise to the Mental Health Association of South Central Kansas (tax ID 48-0990763) – a not-for-profit organization located in Wichita, KS - _____% of my estate (or 100% of a particular asset) to be used for its general support (or for a particular program).\
Charitable Gift Annuities may also be purchased on behalf of MHA through https://everence.giftlegacy.com/?pageID=152. Not only this provide a lifetime income for you and your spouse, but nearly all of that income is tax-free as well. And the income is guaranteed by all the assets of a $5 billion+ financial services company proving a rate of return on your annuity investment that is significantly higher than your savings rates as banks or credit unions.