Making a planned gift is a significant way to ensure that The Hospice of East Texas can continue to serve your community or the community of someone you love for years to come.
A planned gift is just what it says – a gift that requires some planning. Though most annual gifts are made from cash, planned gifts usually come from other assets acquired over a lifetime such as life insurance, assets in IRAs, real estate or securities. Many times, planned gifts are the most significant gifts a person is able to make, and often those gifts are made in wills, trusts or estate plans.
If you are committed to ensuring that The Hospice of East Texas is serving for years to come, you may wish to consider leaving a legacy with a planned gift. We encourage you to consult with your professional advisors to determine what gift is right for you. The correct plan for you will balance what is right for you, your family and for your commitment to Hospice of East Texas.
View our newest planned giving brochure. If we can provide you with any additional information, please call Nancy Lamar, Vice President of Community Relations, at 903-266-3400.