Planned giving is the process of designing your charitable gifts to provide the maximum benefits for you, your family and your friends. Our hope is that you choose the gift opportunity most ideally suited to furthering your objectives while also benefiting the children served by Tanager Place.
Tanager Place can accept the following planned gifts:
- Provisions in wills
- Life-income vehicles
- Donations of appreciated securities
Tanager Place staff are available to work with you to create a gift plan that provides for your family while also helping the children served by Tanager Place. For many donors, making a gift through their estate is the most realistic way to provide a substantial contribution to the children of Tanager Place. A gift through your estate may also reduce or eliminate federal estate taxes.
For more information please contact the Community Relations Department at Tanager Place at 319-365-9164.
It has been said that true kindness is the act of imagining as one’s own the suffering and joys of others. The extraordinary gift from Louise Randall Volk estate was a true kindness to the children of Tanager Place. Louise and Raymond Volk were a caring couple who worked at Collins Radio in Cedar Rapids for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Volk who were childless, decided to name Tanager Place as the principal beneficiary in their will. Their remarkable generosity heartens all of us as we continue to protect and advocate for the children we serve. To honor Louise and Raymond Volk, Tanager Place created the Volk Society.
The Volk Society is an association designed to recognize donors who make a planned gift or bequest to our Foundation. Members are listed in the Tanager Place Annual Report and recognized on a display located on the Tanager Place campus. Of course anonymity will be honored if you so choose.