By including NYF in your estate planning, you become part of our Legacy Circle—a family of donors ensuring secure, long-term funding and loving support for needy children for many years to come.
“Simply by including the Nepal Youth Foundation in my Will, I have provided for thousands of destitute children with the stroke of a pen. Furthermore, my estate will receive substantial tax benefits from this gift.
Donors from their 30’s to their 80’s have made planned gifts to the Nepal Youth Foundation. Please consider joining us in NYF’s Legacy Circle by including NYF in your Will or estate plan.”
– Olga Murray
Types of Planned Gifts
There are many options of charitable gifts that offer benefits to you and your heirs. We invite you to consider one that works well for your needs. Some of the most common ways include:
In addition to supporting some of the world’s most impoverished children, there may be tax advantages for you and your family, including:
• Costing little or no money now
• Reduced estate tax
• Ability to bypass capital gains tax and/or income tax
• Providing steady income
“I am only 38, but I was happy to learn that designating NYF as the beneficiary of my 401(k) and IRA was a tax-effective way of making a major gift. I love knowing that I will continue to benefit children long after I’m gone.
– Cherilyn Parsons
1. Contact NYF at (415) 331-8585 or eric@NepalYouthFoundation.org to talk more about the different options for including NYF in your Will or estate plan. If you include NYF in your plans, please use our:
Legal Name: Nepal Youth Foundation
Address: 3030 Bridgeway, Suite 325, Sausalito, CA 94965
Federal Tax ID Number: 68-0224596
2. Check with your financial or legal adviser to confirm what type of gift to make.
3. If you include NYF in your planned giving, please share this with us so we can thank you properly and keep you informed of our programs and plans.
The information on this website is not intended as legal or tax advice. It is for educational purposes only. For such advice and to make changes to your Will, please consult an attorney or tax advisor.