Gifts That Cost You Nothing Now

Gifts in a will or by beneficiary designation are two easy ways to truly change lives for generations to come — and they don’t cost anything now.

If you have already included a gift in your estate plans to ensure a secure future for first-time families and their children, be sure to let us know so that we may best honor your wishes.

Gifts in a Will

Making a legacy gift in your will or trust is one of the easiest and most popular ways to make a lasting impact for Nurse-Family Partnership. Once you have provided for your loved ones, we hope you will consider making our shared mission part of your life story through a legacy gift.

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A gift in your will is one of the easiest ways to create your legacy and offers the following benefits:



Your gift will create your legacy of empowering the lives of under-resourced babies, mothers and families.



You can alter your gift or change your mind at any time and for any reason.



Costs you nothing now to give in this way.

Four simple, “no-cost-now” ways to give in your will

General gift

A general bequest is a gift of a specific amount.

Residuary gift
A residuary gift is a gift of all or a percentage of the remainder of your estate after specific bequests and expenses have been paid.
Specific gift
A specific gift is a gift of a particular piece of property. For example, real estate, funds in a bank account or shares of a corporation.
Contingent gift

A contingent gift takes effect only if the primary beneficiary or beneficiaries do not live longer than you. In other words, your gift is contingent upon whether or not they survive after you.

You can mix these no-cost ways together. For example, you might consider leaving a specific percentage (such as 50%) of the residual to Nurse-Family Partnership contingent upon the survival of your spouse.

Gifts by Beneficiary Designation

It’s easy to put your bank accounts, retirement funds, savings bonds, and more to use in helping improve the lives of new parents, their babies and their families — and it costs you nothing now.

By naming Nurse-Family Partnership as a beneficiary of these assets, you can power our mission for years to come and establish your personal legacy of ensuring a future where all children are healthy, families thrive, communities prosper and the cycle of poverty is broken.

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Potential benefits of gifts by beneficiary designation:


Reduce or eliminate taxes


Reduce or avoid probate fees


No cost to you now to give


Create your legacy with Nurse-Family Partnership

Types of Gifts

Retirement plan assets

You can simply name Nurse-Family Partnership as a beneficiary of your retirement plan to make an impact on the health and lives of first-time young families and their children affected by social and economic inequality.

Life insurance policies

You can name Nurse-Family Partnership as a beneficiary of all or a portion of your life insurance policy. With this gift arrangement, NFP will receive the proceeds of your policy after your lifetime. You can change your beneficiary at any time and may reduce your estate taxes.

Bank or brokerage accounts

This is one of the easiest gifts to give and one of the most useful in accomplishing your philanthropic goals. The next time you visit your bank, you can name Nurse-Family Partnership (Tax ID: 20-0234163) as the beneficiary of a checking or savings bank account, a certificate of deposit (CD), or a brokerage account. When you do, you’ll take a powerful step toward improving the lives of new parents and their children for generations to come.

Funds remaining in your donor-advised fund

What remains in a donor-advised fund is governed by the contract you completed when you created your fund. When you name Nurse-Family Partnership as a “successor” of your account or a portion of your account value, you enable NFP to offer transformative change to families who want and need our services.

How to update a beneficiary designation:

Simply contact your bank, retirement plan administrator, insurance company, or other financial institution to request a beneficiary designation form. You may also be able to log in to your account and update your beneficiaries online.


Please use our legal name: Nurse-Family Partnership


Include our tax identification number: 20-0234163


Please let us know so we can ensure that your wishes are carried out.