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Planned Giving

Planned Giving

Individuals who include Spectrum Generations with a planned gift help continue their legacy of support. If you have questions, please contact our Vice President of Community Engagement at 207-620-1631.

Making a Charitable Bequest In Your Will

(Central Maine Area Agency on Aging d/b/a Spectrum Generations – EIN 01-0318051)
In your will, you can name Spectrum Generations or any Community Center or ADRC Office in the Spectrum Generations family as your beneficiary.

Choices To Consider With A Gift of a Bequest In Your Will

When including a gift to Spectrum Generations in your will, you help ensure our mission of serving older and disabled adults across Central Maine while creating powerful benefits for yourself. You can make a charitable bequest for a specific dollar amount or for a percentage of your estate. You can direct your charitable bequest for a specific purpose or as unrestricted to be used in the most beneficial way for Spectrum Generations.

Benefits That Come With a Gift of a Bequest In Your Will

A bequest offers key benefits to you as a donor:

  • Advantageous: You may receive a charitable estate tax deduction that excludes the amount of your bequest from your taxable estate

  • Versatile: Your bequest can be for a specified dollar amount or a percentage of your estate’s value and you can direct your gift to be used for general or specific purposes

  • Significant: Because the charitable bequest comes after your lifetime, you can make a significant gift without affecting your current income or cash flow

Note: The information in this website is not intended as legal advice. Spectrum Generations strongly encourages you to consult your legal, tax and financial advisors to determine which charitable giving options are best for your individual circumstances.

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