Planned Giving to Support the Future of Clinical Gastroenterology
The American College of Gastroenterology advances excellence and the delivery of the finest clinical care. By including the ACG / ACG Institute as part of your estate plan, you can leave your own personal legacy and have a significant impact on the training and development of tomorrow’s gastroenterologists. A planned gift will support evidence-based medicine, clinical research and training, leadership development, visiting professorships and regional training, and much more.
Call 301-263-9000 and ask to learn more about charitable gift planning options such as, bequests, IRA charitable rollovers, and endowments.
The ACG Institute Legacy Society
Legacy Society members share a commitment to the future of high-quality clinical gastroenterology and to advancing education and research related to digestive health. Legacy Society members are also invested in leadership development—identifying and mentoring the GI clinicians of tomorrow.
The ACG Institute Legacy Society recognizes members of the College and the community who have made a commitment to ensure the future of excellence and innovation in clinical gastroenterology by making a provision to benefit the ACG or the ACG Institute through their estate plan.
A will can be transformative. In addition to providing for your family and as a way to clarify your wishes, it is also a way to ensure that your assets can be put to good use far into the future. One of the easiest ways to create your legacy in support of clinical research and education in gastroenterology is through a bequest to the American College of Gastroenterology.
Suggested Bequest Language
I specifically bequeath $ ______________ or ______________ % of my gross estate (as is determined for federal estate tax purposes) to American College of Gastroenterology or American College of Gastroenterology Institute for Clinical Research and Education (Federal Tax ID # 13-1883814) with offices located at 11333 Woodglen Drive, Suite 100, North Bethesda, MD 20852.
A charitable provision in your will, codicil, or living trust that precipitates a gift should reflect your desires and passions, as well as your own particular circumstances. We hope that the example above is helpful to you and your advisors.