Please consider joining the community of people who want to secure NLHHC's future. Including NLHHC in your estate plan is a powerful way to be remembered for supporting your neighbors – and it helps ensure that we are here to serve people experiencing homelessness for generations to come.
To include us in your estate plan, simply name NLHHC as a beneficiary:
in your will or living trust
in your retirement plan or bank account
in your life insurance policy
Here is the information you need as well as a Sample Bequest Document.
Legal name: New London Homeless Hospitality Center.
Address: 730 State Pier Road, New London, CT 06320
Tax ID: 20-5606908
Tax-Wise Giving: Donating Stock
A charitable gift of stock may yield double tax benefits and additional savings, and more benefits than a cash gift. When you make a gift of stock to NLHHC, by eliminating the capital gains tax that would be due upon selling the stock, you receive tangible tax-savings and benefits while also supporting our mission. A gift of stock may be right for you if:
1. You are holding stocks that have risen in value. If your stocks are highly appreciated, you may find yourself with a hefty tax bill when it comes time to sell. By using these securities as a gift, you can avoid the capital gains tax on any paper profit.
2. You would like to maximize your deduction while not affecting your liquidity. If you decide to make a gift of stock, you not only retain your cash assets, but you also receive a charitable tax deduction for the full fair market value of the stock that you’ve owned for more than one year.
Our brokerage is Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, Toll Free 866.504.1264, or fill out the form below.
Gifts by Wire Transfer:
To make a direct wire transfer, please fill out the contact form, below and we will call you with our account information. Or, call Annah Perch at 860-439-1573 ext 321.
For more information, or to let us know that you have included NLHHC in your estate plan, please submit this confidential reply form which will go to our Development Director, Annah Perch. You may also call her at 860-439-1573 ext 321 0r email her at email@example.com.
More about Planned Giving:
Most of us have paused for a moment to ask the question, "What do I want to be remembered for?"
Leave a legacy of hope and hospitality for those experiencing homelessness. Your legacy gift will ensure that those experiencing homelessness will always have a safe place to go to rebuild their lives.
There are many different ways to make a planned gift to the New London Homeless Hospitality Center. If you are interested in planning a major gift, please consult with your attorney or financial advisor. The information provided on this site is intended as general information and not legal advice.
Important information for your attorney/advisor:
Legal name: New London Homeless Hospitality Center
Tax ID #: 20-5606908
Mailing address: 730 State Pier Rd., New London, CT 06320
Below are some of tools for charitable gifts:
Make a Bequest in Your Will
This is one of the simplest ways to make a planned gift. You pay nothing now, but leave a beautiful legacy when you designate the New London Homeless Hospitality Center in your estate plans. If you choose to make a bequest to NLHHC, please let us know so that we may thank you for your generosity.
You can designate the New London Homeless Hospitality Center as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy.
Charitable Remainder Trusts
A chartiable remainder trust (CRT) allows you to receive income from assets through the CRT during your lifetime, and the remaining assets after your lifetime can be distributed to your favorite charity.
Charitable Lead Trust
A charitable lead trust (CLT) allows you to distribute income to your charitable fund for a period of years or during your lifetime, then the assets return to you or a surviving family members. This charitable instrument allows you to make a gift to a charity and transfer assets to family members while saving taxes.
IRA and Retirement Plan Assets
A qualifying charitable distribution allows you to donate up to $100,000 per year directly to a qualifying charity from your IRA and exclude it from your income. The qualifying charitable distribution must go directly from your IRA to your chosen charitable organization. You can use this qualified charitable distribution to satisfy your annual Required Minimum Distribution from your retirement account. If you are 70 1/2 or older, this is a charitable giving tool to consider. The portiion of your RMD that you donate to charity reduces your Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) dollar for dollar.