For over 27 years, the KEYS Program has worked to deliver music, hope and smiles to children facing incredible health challenges.
By making a gift to the KEYS Program through your will, trust or other financial plan, you can create smiles now and well into the future.
When you incorporate charitable giving in your estate planning, you gain personal satisfaction — not only by completing your plan, but also by providing for the people and charities that matter most to you.
Planned Gift Options
Planned giving helps you meet your personal, financial and estate planning goals by making a current or future gift to the KEYS Program. Here are the different ways to make a gift:
A simple way to insure that music therapy is available for the children for years in the future.
A wonderful option for people age 70 and 1/2 or older.
The gift of a Qualified Charitable Distribution directly benefits donors aged 70 1/2 and older.
Allocate the remainder of your retirement assets to provide music therapy.
You can name The KEYS Program as a primary life insurance beneficiary or as a contingent beneficiary should your other beneficiaries not survive you.
You can realize tax savings and reliable annual income while donating to The KEYS Program.
Are you a secret admirer?
Have you already made a gift to the KEYS Program in your will or trust?