Planned Giving

Almost everyone feels better with a plan. 

Your careful planning makes a big difference to Volunteers of America, Utah, and our most vulnerable neighbors. The long-term commitment of a planned gift is a way to create a personal legacy in support of Volunteers of America, Utah. Planned gifts take many forms, and may seem complicated. Here you can learn some of the easiest, tax-wise ways to leave your legacy. When considering a planned gift to Volunteers of America, Utah, we suggest that you seek the counsel of a personal financial advisor, attorney, accountant, banker or insurance professional. 

Three Simple Ways to Give

  • Retirement plans and IRAs

    Retirement Plans and IRAs

    If you want to make a difference at Volunteers of America, Utah after your lifetime, consider donating a tax-wise gift from your retirement plan or individual retirement account (IRA).

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  • Life Insurance Policies

    Life Insurance Policies

    You can designate Volunteers of America, Utah as the beneficiary for all, or a percentage of, your life insurance policy’s death benefit. You choose whatever percent you desire.

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  • Bequests


    A bequest is one of the easiest types of charitable gifts to make. It can also create tax advantages.

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If you intend to leave a legacy with Volunteers of America, Utah, we wish to properly thank you and invite you to join our Legacy Circle.