Gifts That Protect Your Assets

Increased income may not be your primary objective. Instead, as your needs and lifestyle change, you may be wondering how you will deal with some highly appreciated property or a growing family business. Will taxes consume much of the value that you have worked so hard to grow? Will anything be left for you and your family?

New! Limited Time Gift Opportunities Due to Low IRS Discount Rate

We have several options that help you meet your personal goals, save on taxes, and make a gift to Lindner Center of HOPE at the same time.

The Benefits

Here are some of the benefits you can take advantage of:

Popular Giving Arrangements

Retained Life Estate
Your home is your biggest asset. How can you make a gift to us and continue living there? Learn more about a Retained Life Estate.


We can show you creative ways to use your assets to benefit Lindner Center of HOPE, while at the same time preserving the benefits of those assets for you and your family.


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513-536-0317.

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Lindner Center of HOPE
Development Office
4075 Old Western Row Road
Mason, OH 45040


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