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Planned Giving

Anyone can leave a long-term legacy of hope for an abused child. You don’t have to be wealthy to make a significant gift to the Center for Child Protection. This form of charitable giving involves contributing one’s assets through wills and estate plans, while providing financial benefits to the donor.


A Planned Gift

Is a future gift to enhance the work of the Center for Child Protection.

Is a wonderful way to leave a lasting legacy in your name.

Allows you to enjoy your gift now, while transferring the funds later, after your lifetime.

Ensures that our doors stay open at all hours for every abused child that needs our protection.

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Planned Giving

From simply remembering the Center for Child Protection in your will, to gifts of life insurance or retirement plans, to setting up more specialized gift mechanisms such as charitable remainder trusts, there are many ways to make a planned gift.

It’s never too late or too early to start planning. Let us help you find the planned giving opportunity that is right for you.

Please contact Debbie Tate at 512-472-1164 or to receive our planned giving informational packet and learn more about this unique giving opportunity.

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If you are already considering a planned gift to the Center for Child Protection, we would be happy to meet with you and your attorney/financial advisor to answer questions you may have about how your gift can ensure our doors remain open to our community’s most vulnerable children far into the future.

The Center for Child Protection cannot provide direct legal or financial advice related to planned giving, and advises all individuals to seek independent counsel from qualified estate planning attorneys and wealth managers before making a decision on a planned gift.

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Planned Giving

If you have included the Center for Child Protection in your estate plans, please inform us so we may acknowledge you as a Planned Giving Society member. We do not need to know the details of your gift but are grateful for the information you are willing to share.
In my/our estate plans, we intend to leave the following type of gift. (check all that apply)
Yes, I /We have included the Center for Child Protection in our estate plans.
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