Ways to Give
Donate a Cash Gift
Making a gift to The Foundation of the American Society of Neuroradiology will help improve the lives of people with neurological disorders by helping to fund breakthrough Neuroradiology education and research.
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Donate by mailing a check to:
The Foundation of the American Society of Neuroradiology
800 Enterprise Drive, Suite 205
Oak Brook, IL 60523-4216
Call 630-574-0220, ext. 235
Make a Gift in Memory
Commemorate a loved one with a gift to The Foundation of the American Society of Neuroradiology.
Make a Gift in Honor
Pay tribute to a colleague, mentor, friend, or family member by making a donation in their honor. A great gift for any occasion!
Leadership to Legacy
Are you an ASNR Member? Have you made your annual gift in support of Neuroradiology education and research?
Donate Stocks and Mutual Funds
If you have owned a stock, mutual fund, or other security for more than a year, you may be able to donate it to the Foundation and take a tax deduction for its full market value.
Donate Part of Your Estate
Estates of less than $3.5 million are not subject to federal estate tax. However, if your estate is over that amount or will be subject to tax because of your lifetime taxable gifts, charitable bequests may greatly reduce the tax. Any amount passing to the Foundation through your will entitles your estate to an estate tax charitable deduction for the fair market value of the property.
Donate Through a Bequest
It makes sense to continue your support of the Foundation through your will. You can't make a quest to the Foundation, or any other organization or individual, unless you have a will. If you have one, review it to amend it though a codicil or have a new will written. You can add charitable bequests when you make or amend your will.
This is a gift of a particular amount of money or item of property, for example, "I bequeath $25,000 to The Foundation of the American Society of Neuroradiology."
The residue of an estate is the amount remaining after all specific bequests have been distributed. The exact amount will not be known until the final accounting is completed. The residue may pass as a percentage bequest, for example, "I give one third of the residue of my estate to The Foundation of the American Society of Neuroradiology."
You can name a secondary beneficiary to receive property in the event the primary beneficiary is not alive, for example, "I bequeath $10,000 to my father, but if he has predeceased me, I direct the $10,000 be paid to The Foundation of the American Society of Neuroradiology."
Donate Through a Trust
Through the establishment of an irrevocable trust, the Foundation can be designated to receive an annual payout from the trust. Additionally, a trust can be created that maintains annual payments to an individual and at the termination of the trust the balance can be designated to a charity.
Donate Through Life Insurance
Life insurance policy donations can be made by naming the charity as the beneficiary of the policy. Usually, whole-life and universal-life policies are donated as these policies have current cash value. However, any life insurance policy can name the Foundation as the beneficiary.
Endow a Fund
Your endowment will provide enduring support and serve as a meaningful way to leave a lasting legacy. Endowments provide a lasting financial stability that greatly impacts Neuroradiology education and research long after the initial gift is made.
You may wish to invest in the Foundation's Endowment for unrestricted use, or provide income for the fund of your choice. Ultimately, your gift will provide enduring support and serve as a meaningful way to leave a legacy in Neuroradiology.
To fully fund and be eligible to name and designate an endowment, donors must meet minimum requirements. Gifts may be pledged over a time period up to five years, with the endowment fund being named when the minimum is reached.
This webpage outlines the Foundation's suggestions for charitable giving. We are always willing to consider creative donations. We recommend you consult with an attorney to discuss what charitable giving strategies may best serve your objectives. If you would like to learn more, please contact us to discuss your philanthropic goals.