- Support IPF
The Institute for Priestly Formation welcomes and appreciates your support. We understand giving to a charitable organization is a very personal and prayerful decision for you and your family. The Institute For Priestly Formation (IPF) is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Your prayers and financial support are deeply appreciated. All contributions to IPF are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. If legal or tax advice is required, please consult with your own professional advisors. Here are some of the many ways you can partner with IPF in renewing the priesthood and the Church:
You may choose to send cash via a check directly to IPF or the IPF Foundation. Please make checks payable to the Institute for Priestly Formation or the Institute for Priestly Formation Foundation. Please include your gift designation.
Attention: IPF Foundation
2500 California Plaza
Omaha, NE 68178-0415
You may wish to change the primary or contingent beneficiary of a life insurance policy or annuity to the IPF Foundation. Please contact Mary Buttell at 402.280.2903 for instructions and your gift designation.
We welcome gifts of stocks and securities which can provide significant tax advantages to donors. To initiate the electronic transfer of stock, please contact Mary Buttell at 402.280.2903 with the name of the stock, the number of shares, and your gift designation.
Transfer a gift directly from your IRA or other Qualified Retirement Plans to IPF or the IPF Foundation as part of your Required Minimum Distribution. If you are at least 70 ½ years old you can donate up to $100,000 annually from your IRA and receive tax benefits in return. Please contact Mary Buttell for further information at 402.280.2903.
Gifts to the IPF Foundation in memory of a deceased person or as a tribute to a living person are wonderful ways to acknowledge a friend or loved one. Family members will be informed of your thoughtful gift. Please be sure to include the name of the person you wish to honor.
A Planned Gift is a charitable contribution made during your life time or any bequest that takes effect upon your death. A planned gift can be as simple as an outright gift of cash or as sophisticated as a charitable trust that is integrated into a multifaceted financial and estate plan. While all planned gifts benefit the Foundation, some also benefit you and your estate through reduction in income tax and/or estate transfer taxes.
Contact Mary Buttell at 402.280.2903 to assist you if you wish to include IPF in your estate planning.