There are many ways to support BPI with your time, talent, and treasure, whether you serve on a committee or not. Donations of any size can help us transform Black lives in Forsyth County, and we appreciate your giving your best gift, whatever that looks like!
Planned gifts offer many ways to support the Black Philanthropy Initiative and best of all, planned gifts can make an impact not only during your lifetime, but beyond.
Planned giving options include support through a retirement plan, IRA Qualified Charitable Distribution, charitable remainder trust or charitable lead trust, life insurance policy, or retained life estate. Donors can specify a dollar amount, a percentage of an estate, or the remainder of an estate. Please visit The Winston-Salem Foundation’s website for more detailed information on these giving tools and the benefits of planned giving.
Have you already included BPI in your estate plan? Please contact us so we can make sure your intent is documented.
The Bass Society of the Black Philanthropy Initiative, established in 2015, is named in honor of Marshall B Bass, the first Chair of BPI, who was a great philanthropist and community leader who sadly passed away in 2019. Individuals who support BPI with annual gifts of $1,000 or more are inducted into the Marshall B Bass Society and honored each year at BPI’s annual fundraiser.