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Planned Giving

Plan your legacy today

Generosity comes in many forms. By making a planned gift, you can establish a lasting legacy and help The Honeywell Foundation continue to bring the transformative power of arts programming and education to our communities for years to come.

Paint a brighter tomorrow with a gift that endures, sustains, and inspires!

WAYS TO GIVE

Gift through a will or trust

A gift designation through a will or trust costs you nothing during your lifetime. It’s easy to do and easy to change if your situation changes. View sample bequest language. (click to view)

 

Gifts of life insurance

You can make an extraordinary gift by naming The Honeywell Foundation as a full or partial policy beneficiary and/or owner of an existing policy. Making a gift of life insurance also avoids potential estate taxes if you own the policy on your own life.

 

Gifts of retirement assets

Unused retirement assets are often subject to double taxation if given to your heirs. However, there is no tax when your unused retirement assets are gifted to a nonprofit charity. Consider leaving your heirs a more favorably taxed asset and naming The Honeywell Foundation as a full or partial beneficiary of your retirement account (IRA, 401(k), 403(b), or pension).

 

Gift annuity

You can transfer cash or appreciated property to The Honeywell Foundation in exchange for guaranteed fixed payments (based upon your age) to you for life.

Community Outreach in business is an invaluable tool for building a brand. When customers see philanthropic community involvement by a business or organization, it creates an emotional connection and trust with the brand.

The Honeywell Foundation offers numerous opportunities to help your brand cultivate those priceless connections with your guests and customers.

Contact us

Eric Seaman

Development Officer

260.274.1432

Email

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Honeywell Arts & Entertainment
275 W. Market St.
Wabash IN 46992
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