Assets you can use for planned giving
Many assets can be used for estate planning: part or all of your estate, appreciated securities, closely held stock, real estate or other personal real property.
To find the asset that works best for you, review What to Give.
Options to suit your goals
Depending on which mechanism you select for estate planning, you can
- Allow your descendants to help guide future gifts made in your name.
- Support a particular institution that you select or a broader area of interest (such as the arts or the environment.)
- Establish a scholarship.
- Provide flexible funding to address the region’s most pressing needs.
Read more about the funds you can establish »
The Repplier Society
People who have made provisions in their estate plans to create or add to a charitable fund at The Philadelphia Foundation become members of our Repplier Society.
They are invited to events open only to supporters of The Foundation.
Members can choose to be publicly acknowledged in their lifetime, or remain anonymous.