Planned Giving Information

What if you could give a gift to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Memphis to ensure that families would always have a place to stay when they come to Memphis to fight for their child’s life?

If you knew you could assist Ronald McDonald House of Memphis without compromising your financial security, would you consider making a bequest?


Read why the Pavlat's choose Ronald McDonald House Charities of Memphis as their charity of choice. 


There are several charitable gift planning techniques that can allow you to assist Ronald McDonald House Charities of Memphis. There are various tax advantages and the gifts can include a wide variety of assets. Whether you’re concerned about lifetime income, the continued beneficial use of property, or providing for family members, a planned gift may be the solution you need.

Here are a few options you can use: 


  • Charitable Remainder Trusts
  • Charitable Lead Trusts
  • Donor-Advised Funds
  • Charitable Gift Annuities
  • Gifts of Life Insurance; and Life Estates

Your planned gift to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Memphis is a gift of compassion to families with very sick children that will provide comfort and hope for years to come.

For more information on how you can give through a planned gift, please contact Jill Crocker, Executive Director at (901) 312-7480.

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