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Use the online gift calculator below to find out how much income you could receive annually with a gift to City of Hope. This planning tool is completely secure, easy to use – and there’s no obligation.
If low returns on other investments have you looking for a good way to supplement your income, and you want to help fund the next 100 years of breakthrough research and treatments at City of Hope, one of the gifts described here may be right for you. You can donate cash, securities or, in some cases, real estate to make any of the gifts described here and receive a steady stream of income in return at attractive rates.

Gift Annuity: You make a gift of at least $25,000 to City of Hope. In exchange, you’ll receive a fixed annual payment – for as long as you live – at an attractive
payment rate.

Deferred Gift Annuity: You make a donation of at least $25,000 to City of Hope and schedule the payments to begin at least one year after your gift. You will enjoy a higher payment rate than with an immediate gift annuity. The older you are when payments begin, the higher your payment rate.

Charitable Remainder Unitrust: Your unitrust pays a fixed percentage of its value, determined each year, to you or others you name for life or a term of years. The remaining assets then go to City of Hope.

Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust: Your trust pays a fixed dollar amount each year to you or others you name for life or a term of years. The remaining assets then go to City of Hope.

Retained Life Estate: You donate your home or farm to City of Hope, but retain the right to live in it for the rest of your life, a term of years or a combination of the two.

Charitable Lead Unitrust: Your unitrust pays a fixed percentage of its value, determined each year, to City of Hope for a term of years or one or more lifetimes. The accumulated assets then go back to you or others you name.

Charitable Lead Annuity Trust: Your trust pays a fixed dollar amount each year to City of Hope for a term of years or one or more lifetimes. The accumulated assets then go back to you or others you name.

Charitable Flip Unitrust: Your trust pays an annual payment to you until the time of the “flip” or trigger event you determine. After the trigger event, you receive a payout – for as long as you live – based on the annual value of the reinvested funds.

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