Planned Giving - Arthritis Research | Arthritis National Research Foundation
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Planned Giving

Planned Giving | Arthritis Research

Leave a Legacy with Your Planned Gift and Help Cure Arthritis

 

You can ensure life-altering medical research breakthroughs leading to treatments and cures for arthritis continue into the future with a legacy gift today.

 

Customize Your Legacy Gift

 

There are many ways that charitable estate planning can be financially beneficial for families and individuals of various ages and income levels.

 

Are you considering a planned gift to the Arthritis National Research Foundation? We can discuss options of what this may look like for your loved ones—now and in the future.

 

Gifts the Arthritis National Research Foundation Can Use Today

  • Appreciated Securities
  • Real Estate
  • Cash Donation (i.e. Donor Advised Fund)

 

Gifts That Can Pay You Income

  • Charitable Gift Annuity
  • Charitable Remainder Trust

 

Gifts That Take Effect After Your Lifetime

  • Bequest
  • Retained Life Estate
    • Charitable Beneficiary Designations
    • Retirement Plan
    • Life Insurance

For more information, please contact
Anita Rodriguez
Fund Development Director
(800) 588-2873
anita@curearthritis.org

 

Arthritis National Research Foundation
5354 E. 2nd Street, Suite 201
Long Beach, CA 90803
(800) 588-2873
Tax ID: 95-6043953

PLANNED GIVING CONTACT FORM

If you’re interested in learning more please contact Anita using the information provided or by using this form. We look forward to scheduling a time to speak with you!

Check here if you have already designated the Foundation in your estate plans and wish to be added to our mailing/email list to receive updates on the latest research.

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