A gift to EICAP or the EICAP Foundation through your will or revocable trust will enable EICAP to make a lasting difference in the lives of people in our community for generations to come.
- Gifts of Stocks and Bonds
You wish to make a donation of mutual funds, corporate stock (both publicly-traded and closely-held), and government, corporate and municipal bonds to EICAP or the EICAP Foundation.
- Gifts of Real Estate
EICAP has the expertise and experience to accept gifts of all types of real estate. If you own a home, vacation or rental properties, commercial property, apartment buildings, and undeveloped land that you no longer want to use or manage you may wish to donate it to EICAP or the EICAP Foundation. Apartments, homes and undeveloped land may be used to support our affordable housing programs. Real estate that we can not use may be marketed or rented and the proceeds used for the long-term benefit of our organization.
- Gift of Retained Life Estate
You may deed your home to EICAP or the EICAP Foundation and may continue to live there for the remainder of your life if you choose to do so. You retain the full rights and responsibilities for maintaining the property and paying taxes.
- Gifts of Life Insurance and Retirement Benefits
You may name EICAP or the EICAP Foundation as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy. You may turnover an existing fully paid policy or buy a new policy and convey ownership to EICAP or EICAP Foundation. Similarly, you may name EICAP or the EICAP foundation as a beneficiary of your IRA, 401(k) or other qualified retirement plan.
- Charitable Trusts
Charitable Remainder Trusts or Charitable Lead Trusts may be used as mechanisms to transfer trust assets to EICAP or the EICAP Foundation. After the lifetime of a Charitable Remainder Trust has expired the remaining assets would transfer to EICAP or the EICAP Foundation to support any programs specified by the donor. Alternatively, a percentage of the assets in a Charitable Lead Trust are paid to EICAP or the EICAP Foundation for a specified amount of time. After the Charitable Lead Trust is terminated, the remaining assets are transferred to the heirs.