You may wish to contribute to the future of neurosurgical research and patient care at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center through a planned gift such as a bequest or charitable trust. There are a variety of ways to accomplish this and enhance your financial and estate plans. In addition, these gifts may reduce your income and estate taxes.
Gifts That Give Back
Gift annuities and charitable remainder trusts are examples of planned gifts that can provide annual payments for you, your spouse or another person; reduce your taxes through the charitable deduction; produce income from highly appreciated, but low-yielding assets; and save estate/gift taxes.
Gifts by Will
If you are concerned about preserving current income and investments but still want to make a special gift to the Center for Neuromodulation at Ohio State’s Medical Center, you can remember the center in your will. In addition, we can be named as beneficiary of retirement plans, trusts or life insurance policies. Such gifts can reduce estate taxes.
Planned gifts can help you leave a legacy of hope for improved neurological treatments. To discuss various gift arrangements, please contact us as listed below. We also encourage you to consult with your personal advisers.
If you have already included Ohio State’s Center for Neuromodulation in your long-range financial plans or your will, thank you and please contact us so we can ensure your wishes will be fulfilled as you intend. For more detailed information about bequests, trusts and other types of planned gifts, see The Ohio State University's online Planned Giving Guide
For more information about giving to Ohio State’s Center for Neuromodulation, please contact:
Leigh E. Briggs
Director of Development
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
660 Ackerman Road PO Box 183112
Columbus, OH 43218-3112