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Leave a Legacy of Hope

People who are generous ... and smart ... often use planned gifts to fulfill their charitable wishes. When you include The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) in your estate planning, you're investing in the future by improving the lives of people who have blood cancers.

Your planned gift can take many forms, such as:

Benefits for You

The benefits you will enjoy can be many depending on your method of giving. In some cases, you may see an immediate financial benefit. By making a planned gift, you may be able to:

  • stretch your philanthropic dollar
  • see significant tax savings
  • take care of loved ones and LLS
  • supplement your retirement
  • give stocks or real estate at significantly less cost than a cash gift
  • ensure your legacy in fighting blood cancers
  • retain control over your assets during your lifetime
  • preserve the opportunity to change your beneficiaries any time, should your circumstances change

Your thoughtful commitment to LLS will ensure that we'll be able to support vital research to ensure a better quality of life for people who have blood cancers.

The planned giving pages on this website are designed to provide general planning ideas for you to consider. They are not intended as legal or financial advice. We recommend that you obtain help from appropriate advisors when planning your estate.

The Legacy Circle

Become an honored member of The Legacy Circle when you include LLS in your estate plan through your will, charitable gift annuity, retirement plan, insurance policy or trust.

Get More Information

Our Planned Giving office exists to serve you and your advisors as you consider your support for LLS. We would be pleased to meet with you, speak by telephone or exchange email messages - it's up to you! Contact our National Director of Planned Giving, at 1-888-773-9958 or legacy@lls.org.

Also see Donations: Frequently Asked Questions.

last updated on Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Why LLS?

Your gift will be used to fund vital research and support our patient and community services.

Questions? Contact us.