Planned Giving

Building hope in the lives of others through planned giving

How It Works

There are many vehicles that you can use to remember Lowe Syndrome Association in your legacy. Here are but a few:


Designate Lowe Syndrome Association as the beneficiary of your asset by will, trust or beneficiary designation form. A charitable bequest is one of the easier and flexible ways that you can leave a gift to LSA that will make a lasting impact.

IRA Rollover

You may be looking for a way to make a lasting difference to help further the mission and vision of Lowe Syndrome Association. If you are 70 1/2 or older, an IRA charitable rollover is a way you can help continue our work and benefit this year.

Beneficiary Destination Gifts

Designate Lowe Syndrome Association as a beneficiary of your retirement, investment, bank account or your life insurance policy. This is a simple and yet affordable way to make a gift in support of Lowe Syndrome Association.

Charitable Remainder Unitrust

With this vehicle, you can transfer your cash or appreciated property to fund a charitable remainder unitrust. The trust sells your property tax free and provides you with income for life or for a set term of years.

Charitable Lead Trust

With this vehicle, you fund a trust that makes a gift to Lowe Syndrome Association for a number of years. Your family receives the trust remainder at substantial tax savings.

These are just a few of the ways you can consider Lowe Syndrome Association in your legacy planning. Feel free to contact us or have your financial advisor / estate attorney contact us if we can be of further assistance in your legacy planning.

Thank You For Considering Us and Our Work in Your Legacy Planning

If there is any information you need from us, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Jeri Kubicki

Phone: 202.265.2717

Cristen Alberts

Phone: 910-622-4455


Lowe Syndrome Association
8190 Beechmont Avenue, Suite 111
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255



Lowe Syndrome Association is a nonprofit organization operating with recognition of tax exempt status by the IRS.