This page covers:
• Cash or Appreciated Property
• Wills & Bequests
• Life Insurance
• Deferred Gifts
•Gifts of Income
Think, consult, select a plan
Many of us who would like to give and yet feel we cannot, may be surprised at the opportunity presented by planned giving. Others may find the right plan enables them to make a larger gift because of the benefits of tax savings and income provided by some plans.
A specialist from the Preservation Trust will contact you with any additional information you might need and help you set up a plan. Or you may wish to consult your attorney or tax advisor.
All contributions are tax deductible and should be made to “Cathedral Preservation Trust”.
The Concept of Planned Giving
Planned gifts to the Cathedral Preservation Trust will preserve the art, beauty and history of the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen for the next generation, and the next, and the next.
To meet these costs, a Preservation Trust exists to receive contributions specifically for major maintenance. Like other institutions from universities to hospitals, The Cathedral needs an endowment fund large enough to generate enough interest to pay the extraordinary cost of maintenance and replacement.
The Fund Needs Your Help To Grow
The Preservation Trust must grow to provide for the ongoing maintenance and preservation of the Cathedral complex and grounds to retain the religious, historic and cultural value for posterity.
Ways of Giving
The following is intended to make you aware of some of the available methods of planned giving. We encourage you to consult your attorney or tax advisor about the plan in which you are interested to determine the exact deductions and benefits you gain from your gift, and the legal principles that apply to your situation. Or, if you prefer, you may call the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, and we will provide a specialist to help you.