When you name ChildFund as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy, you are providing a substantial gift to children at a minimum cost to you. If you own a paid-up policy you no longer need, you can transfer beneficiary status and ownership to ChildFund and, in most cases, receive a charitable tax deduction. Or you may purchase a new policy and name ChildFund as the owner and/or beneficiary.
It’s an easy way to give a gift to help children. Simply contact your life insurance company, and ask for the appropriate forms.
The following information is for your reference:
|Your relationship to ChildFund:
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||2821 Emerywood Parkway
Richmond, Virginia 23294
||The Office of Planned Giving
If you have included ChildFund in your estate plan, please complete our notification form and send it to The Office of Planned Giving at ChildFund.
We would like to thank you and welcome you to The Children's Circle.
Please call 1-800-762-9593 for more information.
The purpose of this web page is to provide information of a general nature only. ChildFund is not engaged in providing legal or tax advice. Please consult with your attorney or financial advisor when considering a charitable gift of any type.