Why Planned Giving?
Planned giving provides security and benefits to our donors and the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona. Many planned giving options provide financial benefits to the donor that far exceeds the value of the actual contribution. The Internal Revenue Service provides generous incentives for charitable gifts made through estate planning. Some of these gifts can provide lifetime income to the donor (or others) while generating charitable deductions against taxes on ordinary income and capital gains.
Gifts through the Arizona Community Foundation +
Support the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona by making a tax-deductible planned gift to our operating fund through the Arizona Community Foundation. Gifts over $1,000 are recognized in our Leadership Giving Circle.
Gifts From Your Will or Trust +
Gifts of Stock/Appreciated Assets +
Gifts of Retirement Assets +
Retained Life Estate +
Beneficiary on Life Insurance +
Your Community Impact +
College Campus Pop-Up Support
Our day-long education and information events on college campuses throughout Arizona allow college students fun and interactive ways to learn about brain injury prevention and resources available on campus and in the community.
Domestic Violence & Homeless Shelter Brain Injury Education
Make a difference in the life of a survivor of brain injury living in a shelter by funding one of our educational sessions where we bring art therapy, music therapy, yoga, and brain injury information to residents of area shelters.
Living Life Fully after Brain Injury Workshops
Help survivors of brain injury adapt to their new normal by sponsoring our free and open-to-the-public sessions.
The Butters Fund
The Butters Fund keeps new survivors of brain injury who are going through medical treatment or rehabilitation together with their companion animals/ pets.
Veterans Support Groups
Help us establish and maintain brain injury support groups specifically for veterans and their families.
A charitable dollar goes far with BIAAZ.
$25,000 Fund a year of Living Life Fully after Brain Injury workshops.
$5,000 Fund a year of brain injury education for active duty military and veterans at community events.
$2,500 Fund six brain injury education sessions at addiction treatment centers.
Where to begin?