Family Guidance Center Corporation
1931 Nottingham Way
Hamilton, NJ 08619
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Family Guidance Center is a non-profit agency as defined by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. All monetary donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Family Guidance will acknowledge your donations with a letter which will serve as your receipt should you need it for tax purposes.
Please Remember Family Guidance Center in Your Will.
By sharing your personal and financial gifts with FGC/FACS you share in our Mission to guarantee that our services are financially accessible to all people, and that no one is denied services because of an inability to pay.
One of the most loving and enduring ways of sharing is by creating a bequest through your will. A will ensures that your assets are distributed according to your expressed wishes. A statement in your will can be as simple as, "I give 10% of my estate to Family Guidance." You may also choose to direct your bequest to a specific program. Please contact your attorney and/or financial planner to determine what type of planned gift is right for you.
- General Bequest - typically a charitable bequest with a specific dollar amount: "Pay Family Guidance $10,000 from my estate."
- Specific Bequest - a specific asset to be contributed from the deceased's estate: "Two hundred shares of Intel stock shall be given to Family Guidance."
- Restricted Bequest - requires the bequest to be used for a specific project or program of interest to the donor.
- Residuary Bequest - directs that all or a portion of the deceased's assets be directed to one or more charities after all debts, taxes, expenses, and general and specific requests have been paid.
- Percentage Bequest - a stated percentage of the donor's estate or residuary estate is paid to one or more charities: "I give 30% of the rest and residue of my estate to Family Guidance."
- Contingent Bequest - provides a gift to one or more charities in instances where the intended beneficiary either dies before the testator or the intended beneficiary disclaims a right to receive the testator's property at the time of death.
For more information on bequests see www.leavealegacy.org/how_give.asp