Planned Giving

Continue your family legacy for years to come with planned or deferred gifts. Please consider K12 Gallery & TEJAS’ A Legacy Circle as a gift opportunity.

When you make a legacy gift to K12 Gallery & TEJAS, you can be assured that your generosity will make art accessible to future generations for years to come.

Establishing an estate plan or revising an existing plan to include K12 Gallery & TEJAS in your will or financial or estate plan can preserve your charitable intent in perpetuity and may significantly reduce your tax liability.

Some options on how to join A Legacy Circle at K12 Gallery & TEJAS:
  • Charitable Trusts
  • Gift Annuity (through the Dayton Foundation)
  • Will or Bequests
  • Retirement Fund
  • Outright Gift
  • Insurance

After you complete your donation, you will have the option of providing additional information regarding the person you are honoring. You can also make your memorial donation by mail or phone.

For more information on planned giving, please contact our Development Manager at marissa@k12tejasgallery.org or (937) 461-5149. 

Another Planned Giving option is a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD)

Continue your family legacy for years to come with planned or deferred gifts.  These are gifts that you may make personally or together with your family.  Please consider K12 Gallery & TEJAS as a legacy gift opportunity.

Establishing an estate plan or revising an existing plan to include K12 Gallery & TEJAS in your will or financial or estate plan can preserve your charitable intent in perpetuity and may significantly reduce your tax liability.

When you make a legacy gift to K12 Gallery & TEJAS, you can be assured that your generosity will make art accessible to future generations for years to come.

Gifting a life insurance policy is one of the many options available for making a legacy gift.

Another Planned Giving option is a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD)

What is a “Qualifying Charitable Distribution”?

The requirements are relatively simple.  The charitable distribution must be:

-From a traditional IRA or a Roth IRA

-Direct from the IRA trustee to the charitable organization – with no intervening possession or ownership by the IRA owner.

(It doesn’t count as a tax-free transfer if you withdraw the money first and then donate to the charity.)

-On or after the IRA owner has reached age 70 1/2

-A contribution to an organization that would qualify as a charitable organization under Sec. 170(b)(1)(a), other than a private foundation or donor advised fund.

Please consider K12 Gallery & TEJAS for your qualifying charitable distribution. For additional information, we recommend consulting with your tax advisor.

To view our Legacy brochure, click here.