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Planned Giving

Run Towards a Lasting Legacy

Whether you're a seasoned marathoner or a casual jogger, you know that running brings more than physical benefits—it nurtures your mental health, too. Just like a strong finish relies on the miles logged early on, planning your giving journey today helps us continue our mission for many years to come.

Help Secure a Healthier Tomorrow,
One Step at a Time

Your Legacy Giving Options

Bequests

The most straightforward way to make a lasting impact. Allocate a portion of your estate to Still I Run in your legal will.

 

Your legacy will continue to empower mental health warriors, just like you.

Retirement Plans

& Life Insurance

You can name a nonprofit as the beneficiary of your insurance policies or unused retirement assets, including Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs), 401(k)s, 403(b)s, or pensions.

Tax Benefits of Legacy Giving

Legacy giving offers a win-win scenario: you support a cause you're passionate about while also benefiting from tax incentives. While you should always consult with a tax advisor, here are some general tax advantages that often come with planned giving:

Estate Tax Benefits

If you include a nonprofit like Still I Run in your will, the value of your bequest is usually deductible from your estate potentially lowering your estate tax burden.

Capital Gains Tax

Donating appreciated assets like stock can be especially advantageous. You typically don't pay capital gains tax on the appreciated value, and you may also be eligible for an income tax deduction based on the current market value of the asset.

Tax-Deferred Payments

Some planned gifts, such as charitable remainder trusts, provide you with an income stream that may be tax-deferred, allowing you to plan your tax liabilities more effectively.

Ready to Secure your Legacy?

Getting started with planned giving doesn't have to be overwhelming, and it can be one of the most rewarding decisions you make. We recommend getting started by talking to your financial advisor, tax consultant, or estate planner about the best ways to include Still I Run in your financial planning. They can help you understand the tax implications and benefits of different giving options.

Making a planned gift is a significant decision but taking it step-by-step makes the process manageable.

Here are a few suggestions to get you on the right track.

1 / Identify Your Goals

The first step is understanding what you want to achieve. Are you looking to reduce your tax burden, generate income, or perhaps both? Knowing your objectives will help you choose the right giving option.

2 / Consult Professionals

Talk to your financial advisor, tax consultant, or estate planner about the best ways to include a nonprofit in your financial planning. They can help you understand the tax implications and benefits of different giving options.

3 / Legal Documentation

After you've made your decision, you'll likely need to revise your will, create a trust, or fill out other legal forms to formalize your commitment. This is often done with the assistance of legal professionals.

4 / Notify Loved Ones

Let your family know about your plans to ensure they’re aware and can respect your wishes.

5 / Stay Informed

Once everything's set up, stay in touch. Join our email list to remain part of the community and stay updated on our work.

6 / Review Periodically

Life changes, and your planned giving choices may need to be adjusted as well. Regularly review your financial plans to ensure they align with your current objectives.

7 / Celebrate

Once everything is in place, take a moment to appreciate the lasting impact you'll have on a cause that means a lot to you.

Talk to Us: We're Here To Guide You

Need more details? We get it; this is a big decision.

Reach out to our founder Sasha Wolff for questions and resources.

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