Major and Planned Gifts
Individuals, foundations, corporations, and organizations play an important role in supporting the center's mission by giving major gifts that will be used immediately for a priority need. You may wish to give to annual operating support, contribute a piece of research equipment, underwrite a fellowship, provide seed money for a new, cutting-edge study, or help the center's facility needs. There are many ways to support the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson and make your contribution most meaningful to you.
Some friends of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson give major gifts on a regular, annual basis. Others give larger gifts when they wish to do something special for the cancer center. Major gifts can be made as outright, memorial or honor gifts. Major donors are recognized through the Wall of Donors, room-naming opportunities, the annual report, and invitations to special, educational events.
You can remember the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson in your will or as a beneficiary of a trust or retirement plan. Several types of gifts can provide income for life to you and/or your beneficiaries.
A charitable bequest by will is the most common estate gift and is a significant way to make a valuable contribution to the fight against cancer. The Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson also offers a full
spectrum of life-income gift plans. You can make an outright gift of cash or appreciated property, such as stock or real estate or use charitable gift annuities and life insurance. These gift arrangements can enhance
your current and long-range financial plans, as well as provide resources to ensure the life-saving work of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson.
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