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Why Donate? your financial contribution allows Oaks of Hebron to provide quality services. By giving to Oaks of Hebron, you directly affect the lives of the people we serve.

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Other Ways To Give

Your gift to Oaks of Hebron, regardless of amount, is important to us. We are grateful for the support of our extended family and friends, which allows Oaks of Hebron to maintain and develop a complete life-enhancing the program for our clients.

There are many ways you can give to Oaks.

  • Gifts by Check: Gifts by check are the easiest and most popular form of a gift to Oaks of Hebron. Your gift is generally tax-deductible. A pledge, given over 2 or 3 years may allow you to increase your overall gift and may be an option you want to consider.
  • Securities: Gifts of securities are welcome and may be given outright or pledged over time. Your charitable deduction for appreciated stock can be significant.
  • Real Estate/Vacation Properties and Personal Property: Gifts of real estate may be donated. One may also receive tax benefits for giving gifts of personal tangible property such as valued artwork, antiques, and cars.

Other Gift Options

  • Bequests: By giving a gift by will to Oaks of Hebron, you are able to make a significant future gift resulting in savings on your estate taxes.
  • Annuity Trusts: You can create a trust by transferring cash or securities to Oaks of Hebron in return for a fixed annual income for life.
  • Life Insurance: Naming Oaks of Hebron either sole or co-beneficiary of your life insurance policy allows you to give a gift while at the same time receiving tax savings of the premium payments and your estate taxes.

This is a summary of just a few ways you can make a charitable contribution to Oaks of Hebron and is not intended as legal advice. As tax regulations change, you should consult with informed counsel when making estate plans.