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Welcome to Houston Audubon's interactive Planned Giving web pages.
We are prepared to help you leave a legacy using techniques called "planned gifts," because with thoughtful planning, you create win-win solutions for you and your chosen charitable organizations.
Discover the benefits of giving wisely in partnership with Houston Audubon:
Not sure where to begin?
You can make a gift that costs nothing during your lifetime.
- You can give stock and realize larger tax savings.
- You can get a quarterly check for life in return for your gift.
- You can donate your house, continue to live there, and get a tax break all at the same time.
Try our Plan by Age tool.
If you already have gift options in mind, choose Compare Gifts to see how your choices match up.
Click on eBrochures to request specific information on a planning option.
If you get lost, rest assured that we're always here to help. Simply contact Helen Drummond at 713-932-1639 x107 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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Find a Gift That Works for You
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