Planned Giving

What Is Planned Giving

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Planned giving is a way for you to help us fight Alzheimer's disease, macular degeneration, and glaucoma. Planned giving means you can leave money or assets to BrightFocus* at the time of your death through your financial or estate plan. It also may enable you to receive a stream of income for life, provide a charitable income tax deduction, and reduce or eliminate estate taxes.

The bequest you make will serve as a significant tribute to your legacy. For more information or if you have any questions, call Lauren Fields at 1-800-437-2423.

Planned Giving Options

There are many ways you can leave a lasting legacy. See the links below for detailed descriptions of each planned giving option.

Ways of Giving

Financial and Planned Giving Newsletter

Read the Lasting Legacies Newsletter (Autumn 2016 Edition)

Lasting Legacies: Fall 2016 (Financial and Planned Giving Ideas for Friends of BrightFocus Foundation)


For More Information

*BrightFocus' programs are Alzheimer's Disease Research, Macular Degeneration Research and National Glaucoma Research.

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