Selecting Your Gift
With a major gift, you can help build a new camp facility. Or pay for Scouts to go to camp who couldn't afford to go. Or endow a specific program or position in Scouting. Or anything else you can imagine. The use of your gift is restricted only by your imagination. Your gift can be — and should be — an individual expression of your vision and goals.
As you begin to define your vision, ask yourself: What are my personal objectives and needs? What are my financial goals? What is the best asset to use to make my gift? Which gift plans can best accomplish my goals for my family and Scouting?
The Development Support Division is a resource for you. We are experienced in gift planning and understand the importance of philanthropy as a part of a successful overall estate plan. We are available to assist you and your advisers as you consider the many opportunities presented by planned giving.
Our goal is to present you with options and to help you make the best choice possible. We accomplish this by ensuring that your gift expresses your interests in Scouting, goes to the programs of your choice, and maximizes the benefits you and the Scouting will receive from your gift.
Working together, the Boy Scouts of America, National Capital Area Council and its supporters can create a gift that meets the needs of our donors and blends the individual's vision with the objectives of Scouting and the youth and communities it serves.
Michele Bisceglie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-214-9114.