Donor Recognition: MultiCare Legacy Circle
The MultiCare Legacy Circle is a special group of thoughtful and caring people who have made a legacy gift to benefit any MultiCare foundation or program.
The Legacy Circle includes generous community members, grateful patients, and friends, and dedicated MultiCare employees and volunteers. Legacy donors have the satisfaction of knowing that their gifts will help guarantee the continuation of compassionate, high-quality patient care in our community for generations to come. The generosity of our Legacy Circle members is profound and deeply appreciated.
Becoming a Member of the Legacy Circle
The following types of legacy gift qualify you for membership in the MultiCare Legacy Circle:
- Gift through your will or living trust
- Beneficiary designation on your IRA or other qualified retirement plan, life insurance policy, brokerage account, bank account and real estate
- Life income arrangement via a charitable gift annuity or charitable remainder trust
- Charitable lead trust
- Remainder interest in your real estate
- Other legacy gift arrangements
Legacy Circle Recognition
We always honor the level of recognition you prefer and are respectful of the desire for some to give anonymously. If you do not prefer to be recognized publicly, you can choose to be listed as “anonymous” while still maintaining a behind-the-scenes relationship with us.
You may also ask your advisors to notify us of your gift without sharing your name. This allows us to appropriately steward you through your advisor and to show our appreciation for what we will receive tomorrow.
Thank you for considering a legacy gift. If you have already arranged a gift, thank you for letting us know.
If you would like more information about becoming a Legacy Circle member, we invite you and your advisors to contact our gift planning team at 253-403-3093 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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