Charitable Planned Giving

Thank you for considering SICSA in your charitable gift plan. SICSA has been helping homeless dogs and cats in Kettering since 1974. Thanks to many donors like you, we can continue providing veterinary medical care for homeless animals and finding them loving adoptive homes. Your gift also helps the community by providing spay and neuter programs for low-income families, humane education for children, pet therapy visits to schools and hospitals and much, much more.

Every gift is so greatly appreciated. For more information, please contact the Nora Vondrell, Executive Director at 937-294-6505 ext. 40 or NVondrell@sicsa.org.

Planned Gifts

Bequests in Wills and Living Trusts
Gifts received through wills and trusts provide long range financial stability for SICSA to continue its programs for people and animals. Please click here for sample bequest language

Life Insurance Gifts
You can donate a life insurance policy to us by simply naming SICSA as the beneficiary. For an existing paid-up policy that is no longer needed, you can take a charitable deduction approximately equal to the policy’s cash value at the time you make the gift.

Charitable Remainder Trust
A charitable Remainder Trust can provide income to you and our spouse so long as either of you live. Thereafter, the trust principal will go to the SICSA’s Endowment Fund. You may name other charities as principal recipients as well.

Retirement Funds
Did you know that nearly half your retirement plan assets can be eaten away by taxes at your death? You can preserve more of your estate by making SICSA as the beneficiary of any unused plan assets in your retirement plan. This could assist in avoiding combined estate and income taxes.

Real Estate
If you own property that is entirely paid off and has appreciated in value, an outright gift may be the best solution. You can deduct the fair market value of your gift, avoid capital gains taxes and remove that asset from your taxable estate. Or, through your will you can give another person your home if that person survives you, if not the property passes to SICSA.

Estate Planning for your Pet
SICSA has a program designed to allow you to will your pets to SICSA for temporary care.