Many Ways to Leave a Legacy for our Scholars
Planned giving is a wonderful way to support us and be remembered, and there are many advantages:
- You gift costs nothing now.
- You can modify the gift if your life circumstances change.
- You can take care of your family first and designate any amount, large or small, for Ascension Catholic Academy.
- Your memory will live on in your support for rigorous Catholic education in urban areas.
There are Several Ways to Make a Planned Gift
Name Ascension Catholic Academy as a beneficiary of
- Retirement Accounts
- Life Insurance Policies
- Bank or Brokerage Accounts
- Certificates of Deposit
- Donor-Advised Funds
Request a beneficiary form from your bank, insurance company, or your financial planner. Write in Ascension Catholic Academy as beneficiary or partial beneficiary. You will need our tax ID number: 41-0705767. And our business address, 1723 Bryant Ave. N, Minneapolis MN 55411. Return the form to the proper authority, keeping a copy for yourself.
Make a gift in your will
Many people are surprised at how easy it is to make or update a will. Having a will eases the burden for your heirs and makes it much more simple for them to settle your estate.
You can designate a specific dollar amount or a percentage of your estate as a gift to Ascension Catholic Academy. You can also designate how you want the funds to be used. For example, you may want to provide a scholarship or fund our general operations.
Here is some sample language you can share with your attorney or adviser:
I give [__ percent of my estate or description of asset or ___ dollars] to
the Ascension Catholic Academy, 1723 Bryant Ave. N, Minneapolis, MN 55411
Tax ID number: 41-0705767 for its [unrestricted or specific designation] charitable use and purpose.
Please let us know you have established a legacy gift in any way because we would appreciate the opportunity to thank you and recognize your generosity.
If you have questions about legacy giving, please email Quentin Moore, Vice President of Advancement, or call him at 612.424.6206.