There are many ways to support hunger relief, including making a gift in your estate or financial plans. Naming Second Harvest Heartland as a beneficiary in your will, retirement plan or life insurance are a few options. This site offers information to help you plan an estate gift that can benefit you and Second Harvest Heartland in the long-term.
To speak confidentially about any aspect of giving through your estate, or if you have already included Second Harvest Heartland in your will or estate plans, please contact Linne Lemke, Major Gifts Officer, at 651-282-0858 or email@example.com.
You're Invited! Free Planned Giving Seminar
Thursday, March 1, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Join us for this free seminar presented by our partner, Bremer Wealth Management. Our speakers will share their expertise in legal and financial planning to help you understand the advantages of Donor Advised Funds, charitable beneficiary designations and more. They will also address the new tax laws and how they impact charitable giving. Lunch will be provided.More
Fighting Hunger with Planned Giving
"I believe there's a misconception that if you just work hard enough, or apply yourself more, that you'll be able to provide for your family. Wages have not
kept up with housing and other expenses. If you have the bad luck of losing a job, having a rent increase or your child breaks an arm on the playground, you
could become food insecure. It is that easy."More
Read Kathy's Story
"I saw a Second Harvest Heartland newsletter with a story about a mother and her four-year-old son," she said. The caption read, 'This mom won't eat today so her son can.' That was all the motivation I needed to become a monthly supporter and to include Second Harvest Heartland in my will.More
Learn how others have made an impact through their acts of giving to our organization and others. Explore the many benefits of charitable gift planning.More
A beneficiary designation gift is a simple and affordable way to make a gift to support our cause. You can designate our organization as a beneficiary of a retirement, investment or bank account or your life insurance policy.More
IRA Charitable Rollover
An IRA rollover allows people age 70½ and older to reduce their taxable income by making a gift directly from their IRA.More