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Retirement Plan Giving Options

When planning for your future, you can also have an impact on the future of rehabilitation care.

Naming Spaulding as a beneficiary in your retirement plan is a great way to support our important mission of transforming rehabilitation medicine and making impossible recoveries possible. IRAs, 401Ks, and other retirement plan assets can be valuable, tax-efficient vehicles for charitable giving.

Retirement plan assets often come with estate and income taxes that leave little left over for heirs. However, by designating Spaulding as a remainder beneficiary of your retirement account, you can support meaningful work while minimizing your family’s tax burden.

How to Contribute

Making a retirement gift plan to advance rehabilitation medicine is simple: Just add Spaulding to your “beneficiary designation” information on file with your retirement plan administrator at any time.

Are you age 70.5 or older?
If so, you can use your traditional or Roth IRA to make a gift now to Spaulding. In fact, you can have up to a total of $100,000 transferred directly from your IRA to Spaulding each year—and if you are age 72 or older have that amount count as part of your required minimum distribution—that in most cases is not reported as taxable income.

To learn more about these beneficial giving opportunities, please contact John MacRae, Senior Director of Principal and Major Gifts, at 617-306-2394 or

Imagine the Possibilities

An investment in rehabilitation medicine has never been more necessary — or more promising.

Your gift to Spaulding can make new realities possible, starting now.

Our network reaches far and wide

Spaulding Rehabilitation Network is composed of Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Boston, Spaulding Hospital for Continuing Medical Care Cambridge, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Cape Cod, Spaulding Nursing and Therapy Center Brighton, and our affiliated outpatient centers.

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