Planned Giving

Continue the Hope by Leaving a Legacy to
The FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties

As we celebrate our 30th Anniversary, you can help ensure The Foodbank of Monmouth andĀ Ocean Counties will be able to provide assistance for decades in the future and Continue the Hope.

Planned Giving is an effective and mutually beneficial way of giving to The FoodBank. By including the FoodBank in your planned giving, you support our mission to alleviate hunger while enjoying the benefits of capital gains tax savings, increased income, and income tax savings. Most importantly, a planned gift maximizes your giving potential while ensuring your future financial security and that of your loved ones.

We welcome gifts through will bequests or pension funds, as well as paid-up life insurance, gifts through an IRA, or 401(k). Anyone who notifies The FoodBank of a planned gift becomes a member of the Legacy of Hope Society and will be recognized accordingly in all listings.

The Legacy of Hope Society

The Legacy of Hope Society recognizes donors who made provisions to support the FoodBank in their estate plans. To join this very special group, you just need to include The FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties in your estate plans and notify us.

How You Can Continue the Hope:

  • Add a codicil to your will, naming The FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties as a recipient of a specific dollar amount or a percentage of your net estate after all taxes and expenses are paid.
  • Name The FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties as either the full beneficiary or co-beneficiary of a current retirement policy or life insurance policy that you may own personally or a policy that you receive through your employer.
  • Name The FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties as a co-beneficiary in a pension plan you have at work. You simply call your life insurance agent or your employer’s Human Resource Department to make these changes.

To learn more and to let us know about your intentions contact Diana Flippo, Development Manager, at 732-918-2600 ext. 224 or