Please consider making a gift to help support older adults in our community through planned giving. Your legacy demonstrates the values you hold dear, and COAbc takes seriously your commitment to pay it forward. Learn how you can make a real impact and benefit COAbc in your estate plan. Please contact us with questions and to tell us about your intent to bequeath a future gift to COAbc.
Council on Aging of Buncombe County
46 Sheffield Circle,
Asheville, NC 28803
Ways to Give
A Legacy of Supporting Older Adults
Thank you for considering a donation to the Council on Aging.
Donations can be made in the form of credit card, check and/or cash.
In addition, we have information below about planned giving.
Sample Language for Wills and Living Trusts
“I give to the Council on Aging of Buncombe County, Inc., a North Carolina non-profit corporation with current Tax ID Number 23-7410586 the sum of $________, for its general charitable purposes.”
“I give to the Council on Aging of Buncombe County, Inc., a North Carolina non-profit corporation with current Tax ID Number 23-7410586 __________% of the rest and remainder of my estate, for its general charitable purposes.”
*Did you know that COAbc can be the Transfer on Death (TOD) or Payable on Death (POD) beneficiary of your stock or brokerage account? Contact us to learn more.
If you would like to leave a non-cash asset to COAbc, we recommend that you contact us or your attorney for more information.
Maximize tax-deferred savings and help older adults in our community age with choice. Name COAbc as the beneficiary of your traditional IRA account, 401(k), or Keogh plan. You can also name COAbc as the beneficiary of your Roth account, but please understand that this will not result in any income tax savings. Request a beneficiary designation form from your employer or the custodian of your retirement account, and name COAbc as a primary or contingent beneficiary of your retirement assets.
Designate COAbc as the beneficiary of some or all of a new or paid up life insurance policy. To make COAbc the beneficiary of an existing life insurance policy, request a change of beneficiary form from your insurance company. COAbc’s full name is Council on Aging of Buncombe County, Inc.
We encourage you to consult your attorney and/or financial advisor to ensure that your planned giving coincides with your other estate planning goals.