Why Give a Planned Gift?
Create a Personal Legacy
A planned gift is a great way to make a lasting contribution and ensure support for Hillsborough Education Foundation, and the students and teachers we serve, continues long into the future.
A planned gift often allows you to reduce your tax burden, while directly benefitting Hillsborough Education Foundation.
Secure the Future
A planned gift helps ensure dependable, long-term financial security for Hillsborough Education Foundation, allowing for the development of new programs and an expanded impact.
What will your legacy be?
You can create a charitable legacy that will impact students for years to come by naming Hillsborough Education Foundation as a beneficiary.
There are many ways to give a planned gift:
Donor Advised Funds
Life Insurance Policy
Charitable Gift Annuity
Charitable Remainder Trust
Charitable Lead Trust
We encourage you to consult with your legal or financial advisor to determine which planned giving option is best for you.
Become a Legacy Donor & Make a Difference
Learn how others who believe in our mission to strengthen public education in Hillsborough County have made an impact through their acts of giving to our organization. Your commitment can change the lives of students and their families.
For decades, education has played an important role in Helen’s life. The Tampa retiree taught classes and administered programs at St. Petersburg College for more than 20 years. She understands that higher education is instrumental in providing a world of opportunities for young people, especially our less fortunate students. That’s what inspired her to become a mentor in our Take Stock in Children program. She is dedicated to supporting students and leaving a legacy for years to come through a planned gift to Hillsborough Education Foundation.
“Money shouldn’t be a factor that holds students back from higher education,” says Gilbart. “I didn’t go to college until after I was married, because I didn’t have the means when I was younger. It was a game changer for me. I want to provide deserving students with the same opportunity.”
Contact Anna Corman, Interim Chief Executive Officer, at (813) 463-4283 or [email protected] for additional information on planned giving or to chat more about the different options for including Hillsborough Education Foundation in your will or estate plan.
Seek the advice of your financial or legal advisor.
When naming Hillsborough Education Foundation as a beneficiary, your attorney may request this information:
Legal Name: Hillsborough Education Foundation, Inc.
Address: 2306 N. Howard Avenue, Tampa, FL 33607
Phone Number: (813) 574-0260
Tax ID Number (EIN): 59-2883361
Nonprofit Status: 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation established in Tampa, FL in 1988