Featured Giving Opportunity
You are making a gift for the future of the Lyman School
Planned gifts, including gifts from your estate or will, are gifts that anyone can make that may benefit your family, yourself and the future of the Lyman School.
Planned giving gives significant benefits to the Lyman School. These gifts ensure a bright future for the school and it's students.
Charitable planning giving can be an important part of your estate planning. Planned giving demonstrates a commitment to educating the Lyman School's population of learners and builds a strong relationship with the school.
Bequets - Gifts from your Estate or WillYou may make a gift to the Lyman School designating the school as a beneficiary in your will. A bequest can be designated for a specific percentage or amount of the total estate. Bequests of any amount will help to ensure the strength of the school for future generations.
Gifts of Life Insurance, Retirement Plan, or IRA"Gifts of new life insurance policies to the Lyman School enable donors to build a substantial future endowment through reasonable, tax-deductible premium payments. Donation of an existing policy may also offer tax benefits. A gift of retirement plan assets can be a surprisingly easy way to reduce potentially very high taxes for your family, and provide support to the Lyman School. Retirement plan assets that go directly to charitable organizations are not taxable for income tax purposes or taxable for estate tax purposes.
Gift of Real EstateWith a gift of real estate to the Lyman School you will receive an income tax deduction equal to the appraised fair market value of the property. Donating your property may also reduce your estate costs and taxes as well.
Remembering the Lyman School in this exceptional way establishes a tradition of altruism that is so important to the Lyman School.
For further information, please contact the Lyman School at 407-898-7099
The information provided on this website is not intended as legal, accounting, or other professional advice. For assistance in planning charitable gifts with tax and other financial implications, the services of appropriate advisors should be obtained. Consult an attorney for advice if your plans require revision of a will or other document.