Financial gifts to Children's Wisconsin support the kids and families we serve. Planning a future gift is a wonderful way to leave a legacy of support and, at the same time, benefit you and your family. Explore your options below and find the gift option that works best for you.
Ways to give a planned gift
There are many ways that you can ensure tomorrow’s breakthroughs today.
Include Children's Wisconsin in your will or trust
Including Children’s in your will or trust will provide lasting support for generations to come. This type of gift entitles your estate to an unlimited federal estate tax charitable deduction.
Leverage your retirement plan or life insurance
Designating Children’s as a beneficiary in your retirement plan or life insurance policy is a an option that can allow you to contribute more than you would normally be able to give.
Gift stock to Children's Wisconsin
Gifts of stocks provide immediate benefits for the kids we serve. A donation of your closely held stock can allow you to make a sizable charitable contribution while also gaining valuable tax benefits.
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Establish a charitable gift annuity
Transfer cash, property or other assets to Children's in exchange for a partial tax deduction and a fixed stream of income for the rest of your life ensuring your financial security.
Make an endowed gift
Make an endowed gift to create a lasting source of support in your clinical or research area of interest. You can create an endowed name fund or fund an endowed chair.
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We are here to help you find ways to give that align with your financial and charitable goals. Please contact Kelly Sachse, Senior Planned Giving Director, at (414) 266-6121.
Explore more information about these and other ways to plan a gift to support Children’s.
Kids your donations help
Elynn’s story: The miracle in Room 1010
10-year-old Elynn hopped onto her bike and zipped down the slight slope of her driveway. She lost control and the handlebars turned inward and slammed into her stomach, splitting her pancreas into two.
Everett’s story: a seemingly ordinary day — then a brain surgery
What started as a normal day at home for six month Everett, took a turn after he hit his head on the family’s granite kitchen countertop. When he arrived at Children’s EDTC doctors were concerned.
As a freshman in high school, Jadyn developed chronic migraine headaches so severe that she took a leave from school. Donor support ensured she could get the care she needed at the Jane B. Pettit Pain and Headache Center at Children’s Wisconsin and not miss out on life. Read her full story here.