Gifts Anyone Can Make
Did you know there are ways to support California Pacific Medical Center Foundation that don't affect your current lifestyle or your family's security?
You can support CPMC Foundation with gifts that don't impact the way you live either by designating CPMC Foundation to receive estate assets in the future or by making immediate gifts to us of assets that are "out of sight and out of mind."
- You can make a gift that costs you nothing during your lifetime.
- You can make a gift that leaves your cash flow and current financial planning unchanged.
- You don't have to use cash to make your gift; you can "buy low and give high" by making your gift with appreciated securities instead.
- You can give an asset you no longer need or want.
- You can designate and donate. It's simple.
Popular Giving Arrangements
Gifts from Your Will or Trust
Need to preserve your assets during your lifetime? You can plan a legacy gift to us that will only take effect after your other obligations are fulfilled.
Gifts from a Retirement Plan
Give us assets subject to double taxation, and leave more to your family. Learn more about Gifts from a Retirement Plan.
Gifts from your Donor-Advised Funds
Make an outright gift from your donor-advised fund OR name us as the ultimate beneficiary of the remainder in the fund. Learn more about Gifts from your Donor-Advised Funds.
Gifts of Stock and Appreciated Assets
Take advantage of appreciated securities without incurring capital gains tax. Learn More about Gifts of Stock and Appreciated Securities.
Gifts of Life Insurance
Make a significant gift to CPMC Foundation even without a large estate. Here's how you can leverage your dollars for a larger gift. Learn more about Gifts of Life Insurance.
Gifts of Real Estate
Donate a valuable asset in exchange for powerful tax benefits and possibly an income stream for you and/or your loved ones. Learn more about Gifts of Real Estate.
Gifts of Personal Property
Give personal property that enhances our mission and provides tax benefits to you. Learn more about Gifts of Personal Property.