YOU can change the outcome for those impacted by brain aneurysms with a planned gift.
Including the Brain Aneurysm Foundation in your estate plan will assist you in achieving your philanthropic goals and allow the BAF to continue its mission of providing critical awareness, education, and research funding to reduce the incidence of brain aneurysm ruptures.
“Bequests will allow us to expand our reach and impact through groundbreaking studies focused on early detection, improved treatment modalities, and the technological advances that will ultimately improve outcomes.”
– Christine Buckley, BAF Executive Director
Leave a lasting legacy and ensure BAF can continue doing this critical life-saving work. Planned gifts can take many forms, including cash, securities, real estate, life insurance, charitable trusts, and bequests.
A bequest, a gift made in your will or living trust, can be a specific amount, a percentage, or a remainder of assets.
It’s as simple as including the following sample language in your will or living trust: I give and bequeath to the Brain Aneurysm Foundation ____% of my total estate (or $_____).
If you prefer the flexibility that beneficiary designation allows, consider making BAF the beneficiary of an IRAs, retirement plan, life insurance policy, donor-advised fund, or annuity.
Your attorney or financial advisor can walk you through the various types of charitable trusts and assist you in establishing a trust that is tailored to your personal needs.
If you have already designated a gift to the Brain Aneurysm Foundation, please let us know by contacting us at (781) 826-5556, so we can welcome you into our BAF Legacy Society and ensure your gift is executed exactly as you intended.
BAF Legacy Society Benefits
➡️ Invitation for you and a guest to our Research Grant Symposium and Dinner
➡️ Complementary registration to all BAF walk/run events
➡️ Special invites to conversations with BAF leadership, leading doctors, and researchers