Gift Planning

You can help ensure that future generations grow up healthy – not hungry – by including a gift to the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank in your will or estate plan.

Bequests and Wills

Consider adding the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank as a beneficiary in your will. You may be able to add a simple codicil for a charitable bequest to an existing will.

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Beneficiary Designations

Naming the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank as the beneficiary of your retirement plan assets, IRA, or insurance policy is a simple way to make a legacy gift.

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Financial Account Transfers

By establishing a “Transfer-on-Death” (TOD) or “Payable-on-Death” (POD) provision, you can transfer assets to the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank without the expense of a will or trust.

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To create a legacy that expresses your desire to help your hungry neighbors – even after your lifetime – you will want to carefully consider a number of important factors, including the assets to be used to fund the gift, the gift’s timing, effects on income-tax and financial planning, the impact on family members and friends, and the gift’s purpose.

A legacy gift is best made with the counsel of your legal, tax or financial advisor. The information provided here is for illustrative purposes only and should not be considered investment, legal, accounting, tax or other professional advice.

Join The Will to End Hunger Society by letting us know if you make plans to benefit the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank with a gift in the future. We want to say “thank you” now!

Document your future gift intention by May 31, 2018 to be recognized as a Charter member of the Society. Download the Statement of Gift Intention form and return it to us.

Or contact Karen Ratzlaff, Chief Philanthropy Officer, with questions or for more information (phone: 540.213.8404). All inquiries will be treated confidentially.

Legal Name: Blue Ridge Area Food Bank
Address: Headquarters: 96 Laurel Hill Road, Verona, VA 24482
Tax I.D.:52-1202644