Recent regional news reports show that donations to both the Salvation Army and Goodwill have dropped sharply in 2010 - at a time when they are most needed. As the problem continues to be reported nationwide, a veteran financial advisor has created a program that may help.
Online PR News – 23-March-2010 – – In a recent article in the Winston-Salem Journal, it was reported that the Salvation Army and Goodwill both find their donation have dropped sharply in 2010 - just at a time when they're most needed.
It's a problem that being reported by charitable organizations all over the country, according to veteran financial advisor Dennis Tubbergen, which is why he has created the Immediate Legacy concept.
"Charities and Non-Profits are operating in the most difficult economic circumstances in modern time," according to Tubbergen. "In light of current economic conditions, charitable budgets and requests for help from charities have both increased - but donations have decreased."
Dennis Tubbergen understands that people from all walks of life are concerned about their investments these days, and are watching every dollar that they spend or donate.
That was the motivation behind the creation of the Immediate Legacy™ concept, which benefits both charities and donors.
Charities and non-profits have always been able to provide donors with the intangible benefit of knowing that they've helped others, and donors also often get a tax deduction for their contribution. But in times like these, when all charities provide those benefits - Tubbergen wanted to create a way for individual charities to stand out and offer true value to their donors.
The Immediate Legacy™ concept can do just that. It is a patent pending process that can provide exceptional value through generating an immediate donation to a charity, doing so at ZERO net cost to a charitable supporter and still giving the supporter an income tax deduction for the donation generated.
The concept doesn't work for every charity or every individual. For charities that are able to use the Immediate Legacy™ concept, however, they may be able to generate large cumulative donations from very small numbers of supporters. This concept is a way for charities to not only scrape by, but to exceed the needs of their communities.
Those seeking to find out if Immediate Legacy™ would be a good fit for their organization may visit www.ImmediateLegacy.com and request a free informational DVD.