Roger and Jan Capps have served on multiple volunteer work teams and have also remembered MTI in their will. (Photo courtesy of Roger and Jan Capps)
A “planned gift” is simply a charitable contribution that requires some forethought—some planning—regarding not only the benefit to MTI and the people we serve, but also the financial implications for you and your family.
Typically, people make planned gifts in response to significant developments in their own lives: when selling a business or retiring; upon receiving an inheritance; or during the course of developing their own financial and estate plans. Be assured that whenever the time is right for you, a planned gift to MTI will improve lives around the world for years to come.
If you’re interested in the possibility of making a planned gift, you have many options. Before thinking about those, though, what is your vision for your gift? Does a particular area of the world or specific project catch your attention? What would you like your gift to accomplish? Your assets and donation vehicles are ways for you to realize your goals.
You may wish to begin by thinking about your giving options, i.e., the particular assets you might contribute. Next, explore how to give, that is to say, the different ways your gift could be made.
If you would like to speak with someone about giving staff at MTI, please contact Linda Ranz at 425.284.1941 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The information on this website does not constitute legal, financial, tax or estate planning advice and
should not be relied upon as a substitute for such advice. Medical Teams International encourages you to
seek the counsel of your own professional adviser as you determine how to proceed.