The Johnson County YMCA Foundation welcomes contributions to its endowment funds. All gifts help the YMCA continue to strengthen community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. In order to make the Foundation a beneficiary of your estate, the correct legal name to use in your legal documents is "The Johnson County YMCA Foundation".
Planned Giving: There are many ways to include charitable gifts within your overall estate and financial plans. With thoughtful planning, you take control of the decisions that will affect your family's future and pass on the values you hold dear. The Johnson County YMCA Foundation is enriched when it is named a beneficiary of a donor's will, insurance policy, retirement plan or trust.
Here Are a Few Ways To Make a Planned Gift:
Gifts in Honor of or In Memory of an Individual: Support a program or center by making a gift in honor or in memory of a friend or loved one. To make a gift in memory or in honor of someone please contact Mike Quast by calling (307) 684-9558.
Donors to the Foundation may make a gift to the general fund, designate their gift or create a named fund to support a specific cause or program. Gifts to the general fund allow the Foundation's board to select the program or service that is especially deserving of financial support at a given time. Funds designated to a particular center or program allows the donor to ensure, on a permanent basis, that the center or program continues to serve its community.
If you would like assistance in determining which type of planned giving vehicle best suits your personal, charitable, and estate-planning goals, please contact Mike Quast via our email form or by calling (307) 684-9558.