The purpose of our foundation is to raise funds, accept monetary donations and/or properties donated in behalf of persons with developmental disabilities. Such purposes will include receiving contributions for the development and advancement of the Logan County Board of Developmental Disabilities, to further improve its services and activities, and to engage in other charitable and educational activities.

How do I leave a gift?

There are several ways you can participate in The Logan County Developmental Disabilities Foundation:

1) An outright gift to the foundation. The gift may be made in a one year or as a multi-year pledge given over a specified period of time.

2) A planned gift by will. A bequest to the foundation may take the form of cash, securities, real estate or other assets. Charitable bequests are fully deductible in determining estate taxes.

3) A life income gift. This way of giving allows an individual to transfer assets to the foundation, receive an immediate income tax deduction, receive a lifetime income, and lower estate taxes later.

4) A life insurance policy. The Logan County Developmental Disabilities Foundation may be named as the beneficiary on a life insurance policy. With the foundation named as both owner and sole beneficiary, the donor is entitled to a current income tax deduction.

Who can help arrange for a gift?

If you have a professional you are working with a financial planner, lawyer, accountant or insurance agent, talk with them about leaving a gift. A professional can tell you about the tax benefits of planned gifts.

The Logan County Developmental Disabilities Foundation monies are independently invested for us by the Springfield Foundation. If you wish to meet directly with them we can put you in contact with their office.

Your contributions would help people with developmental disabilities:




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