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Planned Giving


You can leave your own enduring imprint on Seacoast Family Promise (SFP) with a planned gift.  It can pay dividends that leave tomorrow’s Seacoast Family Promise a better place for families with children experiencing homelessness and for New Hampshire as a whole.

There is a planned gift to suit every circumstance.  Each giving strategy has distinct benefits for you and for SFP.  Our gift planning staff can guide you through the available choices, and help you increase your legacy.

Contributions are welcome from individuals, businesses, organizations and foundations that support the our mission and families with children under the age of 18 who are experiencing homelessness.

Your will is one of the most powerful and popular legal instruments to leave a planned gift.  There are many planned giving options that allow you to make charitable gifts, continue to meet your income needs and take advantage of current tax incentives.  There are several ways to leave a planned gift to SFP.

Ways to give:

  • Bequest— Provide a future gift to SFP by including a bequest provision in your will.

  • Gifts of Appreciated Securities— Shares of stock or mutual funds can be gifted to SFP.

  • Life Insurance— Transfer ownership of a life insurance policy to SFP.

  • IRA Beneficiary— SFP can be designated as the beneficiary of your IRA.

  • Real Estate— Donate real estate to SFP.


Click here for more details.


Donors may choose to make either a Restricted or an Unrestricted (General) contribution.  You will receive a signed receipt once your contribution is received.


For assistance concerning your gift please email or call a Seacoast Family Promise development representative at 603-658-8448.


Seacoast Family Promise, incorporated in 2003, has been there to support families experiencing homelessness and living in poverty to find stable housing and regain and maintain their self-sufficiency.  The 501(c) (3) nonprofit relies on a unique model, pioneered nationally by Family Promise and successful in 41 states.  Donations to Seacoast Family Promise are deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes to the extent provided by law.  We strongly encourage all of our donors to seek appropriate legal counsel and this information is provided only as an overview.


Please let us know if you have already included Seacoast Family Promise in your estate plans.  We would be happy to include you in the Seacoast Family Promise Legacy Society and share the benefits of membership with you.

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