Other Kinds of Gifts
TSTC gladly accepts and receives gifts of cash and equipment. In addition, there are other gifts which some individuals like to make. Please review the list below for your gift interest and contact the person listed.
Honorary and Memorial Gifts
A gift in honor/memory of a loved one, friend, or acquaintance is a considerate and generous way of recognizing someone dear to you. When you make an honorary or memorial gift, please accompany the gift with a note specifying the honoree’s name. We will oversee your donation seeing that it is administered as you wish and, if appropriate, we will send a note acknowledging the gift to an appropriate living family member. Please send your honorary or memorial gift to the location of your choice.The contact information for the resource development officers is provided at the end of this page.
If you donate real estate as an immediate gift, your gift provides you with a charitable deduction. TSTC will evaluate all real estate for its usefulness and/or marketability and for any potential environmental concerns. For more information, please contact Beth Wooten. Her contact information is provided at the end of this page
Bequests to TSTC may be deducted from your taxable estate. A simple way to accomplish this is by executing a codicil (amendment) to your will. This simple signed, dated, and witnessed paragraph will be attached to your will without having to redraw the original. An amount, percentage, or remainder can be designated for TSTC and a purpose can also be stipulated for the use of the bequest. Please contact Beth Wootenr. Her contact information is provided at the end of this page.
A donation of one’s life insurance policy is both superbly generous and quite beneficial for both parties involved. Here are some examples:
Please contact your insurance agent, attorney, and/or Mike Harder. His contact information is provided at the end of this page.
You may transfer long-term securities (stocks and bonds) to TSTC. Please consult with your tax advisor for details. Then, contact Mike Harder. His contact information is provided at the end of this page.
Trusts come in many varieties and are an excellent way to preserve your assets; increase your current income; reduce income, estate, and capital gains obligations; and avoid the costs and public scrutiny of probate. Your attorney, accountant or financial advisor can provide more details. Then, contact Beth Wooten at (254) 867-3900 if you are interested in this form of giving.
Charitable Gift Annuities
A Charitable Gift Annuity represents an excellent way to provide a charitable gift to TSTC while you receive an income for life. Please contact Beth Wooten. Her contact information is provided at the end of this page.