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Planned Giving

Leaving your Imprint on the Health of our Community

Nebraska Medicine serves as a mid-west destination for life-saving medical solutions. Having an accessible hospital that delivers this caliber of care is important to our community. Philanthropic planned gifts from you allow our physicians and medical staff to continue offering serious medicine, extraordinary care.

Whether you are interested in supporting Nebraska Medicine today or after your lifetime, there are many ways to leave an impactful gift. The key is to explore your options and find the gift that works best for you and your family.

Some examples of ways to leave a gift to Nebraska Medicine that will benefit our community for generations to come are:

Remembering Us in Your Will

You maintain control of your assets during your lifetime and make a gift to Nebraska Medicine at your death. A thoughtful Last Will and Testament allows you to take care of your family and important organizations that will benefit your community for generations to come.

Donate Stocks

If you donate appreciated stocks you have owned for more than one year will qualify you for significant tax advantages and allow you to avoid paying capital gains penalties.

Charitable Gift Annuity

This annuity can help you receive fixed income for life, partially bypass capital gains tax on the sale of your appreciated property and enjoy the tax savings of a charitable deduction.

Charitable Remainder Trust

Transfer appreciated assets or property without paying capital gains tax and you can enjoy regular payments for life or a term of years. Enjoy the tax savings of a charitable deduction

Donating Retirement Plan Assets

Consider making Nebraska Medicine a beneficiary of a percentage of your retirement plan assets. Then, leave less heavily taxed assets to your loved ones.

Life Insurance

Naming Nebraska Medicine as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy is an affordable and effective way to make a significant gift.

For assistance in making a planned gift to Nebraska Medicine please contact Judy Booth, Office of Development,, 402-552-6707.