When you make a legacy gift to Infant Crisis Services, you are providing babies and toddlers with full tummies and dry diapers and investing in their futures. You are giving them an opportunity to be healthy, productive citizens. Contact us for further information or to discuss the different options for including Infant Crisis Services in your giving plans. Reach out to us at (405) 778-7638 or email Lisa Perry, Senior Development Manager, at email@example.com. Seek the advice of your financial or legal advisor. A trusted legal or financial advisor can help you develop a strategy for making charitable gifts that best fit your philanthropic goals.
When including Infant Crisis Services in your plans, please use our legal name and federal tax ID.
Legal Name: Infant Crisis Services
Address: 4224 N Lincoln Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Federal Tax ID Number: 73-1378766
All donations are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by IRS regulations.
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You have several options if you’re considering including Infant Crisis Services in your will or living trust. Whether you make a bequest of a specific dollar amount, give a designated percentage of your estate, or leave Infant Crisis Services a full or partial remainder of your estate, a charitable bequest is a flexible and simple way to make our mission a part of your legacy so that babies and toddlers receive life-sustaining formula, food, and diapers for generations to come.
Bequests are by far the most common type of planned gift Infant Crisis Services receives and have provided hundreds of thousands of Oklahoma babies and toddlers with life-saving essentials over the years. If you are considering including Infant Crisis Services in your will or trust, please get in touch. If you’ve already added Infant Crisis Services to your will or trust, please make sure to contact us so we know your plans – and thank you!
Did you know you can name Infant Crisis Services as a beneficiary on your life insurance, retirement plan, or even your donor-advised fund (DAF)? Each of these types of accounts typically requires that you name a beneficiary, and Infant Crisis Services can be one of yours. Beneficiary designations are quick and easy – most involve a simple form, no lawyers are required. And you can review and adjust them any time you want, so they’re a flexible way to give.
If you would like to make a gift today through your DAF, simply click the link below to find your fund.
Infant Crisis Services has two endowment funds, one managed by the Oklahoma City Community Foundation and another managed by Communities Foundation of Oklahoma. Both endowment funds are valuable assets to Infant Crisis Services and provide unrestricted distributions each year. They will benefit the organization now and for decades to come to support our mission.
To contribute to one of Infant Crisis Services’ endowment funds you can visit Oklahoma City Community Foundation or Community Foundation of Oklahoma’s secure donation pages by clicking on their logos above.
Choose what type of securities and how many shares you want to donate
You will need to know the name of the securities and their ticker symbol if they are publicly-traded securities including stocks, bonds or mutual funds.
Contact us to inform us of your gift
Please contact us in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org or 405.778.7609 to inform us that you are gifting stocks, bonds or mutual funds to Infant Crisis Services in order to receive your tax receipt.
Look for a tax receipt and acknowledgment letter from Infant Crisis Services
You will receive an acknowledgment following your donation to confirm your gift was processed.
For additional information reference this securities donation guide.
There are many other ways to make an enduring impact. Infant Crisis Services accepts charitable gift annuities, gifts from charitable remainder trusts, and gifts of bonds, property, and cash.
Stories of Impact
For over 25 years, Phyllis Bennett supported the mission of Infant Crisis Services. And by naming ICS as one of the beneficiaries of her trust upon her death, Phyllis will continue to provide for the babies and toddlers of Oklahoma. When setting up her trust, Phyllis told her daughter, “When you send the donations, make sure to send them on time because those babies count on it.” For Phyllis, it wasn’t that she knew she’d be remembered – she knew the babies would be cared for.
Lauren Ottaway Johnson
“I have included Infant Crisis Services as a beneficiary of my retirement account. As a loyal annual donor to ICS, it was easy to update my beneficiary designation form to include ICS without having to do any additional planning. I would advise you to think about leaving a legacy gift to Infant Crisis Services so that its mission can carry on long after you or me!”