We welcome all inquiries and are actively seeking partners and donors for projects. We can be reached at the following:
107 Waters Hill Circle
Lebanon, TN 37087
Person of Contact
phone: (615) 815-9364
There are various ways of giving to The Anna Brooke Hurdle Foundation. Most gifts to the Foundation are in the form of cash, clearly the most convenient way of giving. Such gifts are tax-deductible for income tax purposes to the full extend allowed by law. All gifts are vital to the Foundation in support of its purpose which is to fund its projects and the endowment and other capital needs.
To make a financial donation, simply click on the link below:
You may also wish to consider one of the following mutually beneficial ways of supporting The Anna Brooke Hurdle Foundation:
Securities — If you own securities that have appreciated in value, you are subject to taxation rules when they are sold. By making a gift of these appreciated securities to the Foundation, you avoid capital gains taxes and receive a charitable deduction. Thus, the actual cost to you is often far less than the value of your gift.
Real Estate — You may make a gift of your residence or other real estate to the Foundation. As with gifts of appreciated securities, you avoid capital gains taxes and receive a charitable deduction.
Life Insurance — If you own a fully-paid life insurance policy, you may wish to donate it to The Anna Brooke Hurdle Foundation. You will receive a charitable deduction based on the present value of the policy (an amount close to the cash value). You may also name The Anna Brooke Hurdle Foundation to be the beneficiary of any life insurance policy that you own. Although you will not receive a charitable deduction, you will have the satisfaction of knowing that the programs will benefit from your gift. Additionally, gifts of life insurance can be established whereby the donor pays the annual premium, which are fully tax deductible, and the Foundation is named as the owner and beneficiary of that policy.
Bequests — A bequest to The Anna Brooke Hurdle Foundation is a gift that involves no immediate loss of capital or income. There are several different types of bequests, and we encourage you to discuss these various options with your attorney. Your estate will receive a charitable deduction, and the tax savings can reduce the ultimate cost to your heirs.
Trusts — Many people believe that trusts are for the wealthy. While trusts can be very beneficial to the wealthy, often those with limited assets establish trusts to preserve their capital and increase the earnings derived from it. You may establish a trust that will permit you to make a gift to The Anna Brooke Hurdle Foundation (and receive a charitable deduction), while increasing your income. We encourage you to discuss this option with your attorney along with the various types of trusts.
As you can see, there are many ways of giving. Rest assured that no matter which method you select, you will have the personal satisfaction of knowing that you are strengthening The Anna Brooke Hurdle Foundation and benefiting the foundation and its purpose for generations to come.