Planned Giving Round Table of Arizona has partnered with public radio stations KJZZ and KBACH in a vital campaign to engage our community to think “Just 10 Percent”.
The idea behind Just 10 Percent is that anyone within their estate plans can make a significant impact in the community by leaving a small percentage Just 10 Percent in their estate plans for charitable distribution to non-profits.
What donor does not want to make a distinct difference in their community?
See what a legacy of Just10Percent means to these community leaders:
"I am Suzanne Pfister,
President and CEO of Vitalyst Health Foundation. Make a lasting difference in our community and leave a gift to your favorite non-profit in your estate plans. Just 10 percent will make a difference."
"Hi I am Terri Wogan-Calderon,
Executive Director and Partner, Social Venture Partners. If you are getting ready to do your estate or are thinking of some changes, why not consider designating Just 10 Percent to a non-profit? Your decision would have a lasting impact for years to come."
"Hi I am Gene DAdamo,
President and CEO of Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust. Make a lasting difference in our community and leave a charitable gift to your favorite non-profit in your estate plans. Just 10 percent will make a difference."
"Hello, I am Harry Papp,
Managing Partner of L Roy Papp & Associates. Have you been thinking about your estate plans? Now is a perfect time to consider leaving a charitable gift to your community. Just 10 Percent of your estate could have a lasting affect for a charitable organization."
Leaving a Legacy of 10 Percent is just a number; and it can be any number. It could be 10 Percent of your estate, or 10 Percent of your income, or 10 Percent of a sale of your business/property. Giving to our community positively impacts everyone, but those who benefit the most are those who give!
How can I make an impact with Just10Percent?
Who can help me and how do I learn more?
The best advice is to start the conversation with your most trusted advisor, understanding that there are specialists in Planned Giving who can help you select the best ways to give. Attorneys, Tax Advisors, CPAs, Financial Advisors, Insurance Advisors, Real Estate Advisors are all professionals who can help you. Also, the organizations you care about may know the specialist in your area who can provide guidance.