January - February 2003
Vol. 14, No. 1 | Contents
The "Players helping
Players" Campaign Update
by Randy Stafford
create a legacy
terms of endearment
download .pdf form
• National event passes entitle the
holder to free entry to any USRA National event (including U.S. Open,
Nationals singles or doubles, National Intercollegiate or Junior
Nationals) for the term noted.
|terms of endearment ...||
FOUNDATION GIVING (RESTRICTED): Gifts
to the "USRA Foundation" will be deposited in a capital fund,
with the intent of building a working cash account which will generate
interest income in the long term. Funds are restricted, and may not be
used or spent directly — only accumulated — for the purpose of
establishing financial stability for the association's future.
PLANNED GIVING (RESTRICTED): You can create a “Legacy of Giving” in a number of ways, through: Charitable Remainder Trust (charity receives assets of trust at the expiration of the trust); Wealth Replacement Trust (used with CRT, replaces value of assets given to charity); Charitable Lead Trust (pays predetermined percentage of trust income to charity); Family Foundation (tax deduction for donations made in future); Donor Advised Funds (immediate tax deduction for contribution). There are numerous other methods of estate giving that your financial advisor can assist you in planning. For more information, contact your financial advisor, or send an email requesting more information, or call 800-234-5396 for a complete list of estate options.
SPECIAL SUPPORT (RESTRICTED): Gifts may be earmarked for specific support (i.e. junior development, U.S. Team, LPRA) in any special-interest area of your choice.
GENERAL FUND (UNRESTRICTED): Gifts to the "general fund" are the most flexible, and valuable, in the short-term. Your unrestricted gifts enable the USRA to work toward reducing a sizable deficit, or it might just help us pay the light bill.
|DONATE ONLINE!||Or use the card enclosed in the mailed November/December edition to give us your instructions [or download a .pdf hard copy of the card]. Please take part in this ambitious campaign to put the USRA on firm financial footing ... for the future of racquetball. Thank you!|
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