Planned Giving

Almost everyone feels better with a plan. 

Depending on your individual situation, a legacy gift to Volunteers of America, Utah can help you manage your personal financial plan and extend your ability to help others for generations. Your careful planning can make the world a better place for your children and grandchildren by continuing the good work of Volunteers of America, Utah.

Here you can learn about some of the tax-wise ways you can leave a legacy of compassion and caring through thoughtful gift planning. 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. To learn more, please contact Dan Benshoff at (801)694-1819 or

The Federal Tax ID for Volunteers of America, Utah is 94-3008720.

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.