Marin Art and Garden Center Magnolia Circle
The Marin Art and Garden Center’s Magnolia Circle honors those donors who have made a bequest to the Center in their estate planning. As a beloved resource for the Marin community for 75 years, the Marin Art and Garden Center has a long history of support from generous legacy donations.
Your gift will ensure the future of the Center’s role in the community, while also allowing you to leave your own legacy.
What types of assets can I include in my estate planning for Marin Art and Garden Center?
Cash: Designate in your estate plan as a specific dollar amount or as a percentage of your estate.
Publicly traded securities (stocks, bonds, other securities): Designate in your estate plan certain securities to be given to the Center.
Real estate: Your primary residence or other real estate holdings that are part of your estate.
Retirement plan gifts (IRAs, 401K): As your beneficiary, our non-profit organization does not pay income or estate taxes on the distribution. You can obtain a beneficiary designation form from your IRA plan administrator.
Life insurance: Paid-up life insurance policies may be given either as part of your estate or by a change of designated beneficiary to Marin Art and Garden Center.
We recommend that you consult with your tax professional if you are planning to bequeath an asset to Marin Art and Garden Center. Making a planned charitable gift may require the assistance of an attorney, financial planner or CPA to help establish your contribution.
General Bequest Sample Language:
“I give, devise and bequeath to Marin Art and Garden Center, 30 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., Ross, CA 94957,
the sum of $_________.”
_____% of my estate.”
The following securities, real estate or tangible property: _________.”
Is Marin Art and Garden Center already in your estate plan? Please let us know so that we may properly acknowledge your intentions.