Help secure the future of KMOS by making a gift from your will or estate plan. Your special provisions made through a bequest will help ensure that KMOS continues to offer high quality programming and educational services to communities across central Missouri for years to come.
Fore more information about planned giving, please contact:
- Nicole Hume, Assistant Director for Strategic Partnerships, email@example.com or 660-543-4010
- Scott Alvested, Community Engagement Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org or 660-543-8922
How to Give
Including KMOS in your will is an easy way to make a generous gift. You have several options about how you name KMOS as a beneficiary:
- You may wish to leave a fixed dollar amount. You will need to specify exactly how much you would like the station to receive.
- Another option is to give a percentage of your estate.
Please let us know if you have included KMOS in your plans by contacting Nicole Hume, Assistant Director for Strategic Partnerships, 660-543-4010.
KMOS is a community service of the University of Central Missouri. All charitable gifts and transactions are done so through the University of Central Missouri Foundation.
Suggested Language you might use in your will to designate KMOS as a beneficiary:
"I, [name], of [city, state, ZIP], give, devise and bequeath to the University of Central Missouri Foundation, Federal Tax ID # 43-1181566, [written amount or percentage of the estate or description of property] for the restricted use and purpose by KMOS Television.
What to Give
Should you decide to give cash through your will or living trust, your estate may be able to claim an estate tax deduction.
A life insurance policy is another way to make a gift to KMOS. Contact your insurance provider, request a beneficiary designation form and include KMOS (legal name: KMOS-Television; A public broadcasting entity operated by University of Central Missouri) as the beneficiary of your policy
By naming KMOS as a beneficiary of your IRA, 401(k) and/or 403(b) you will assure that every dollar will be used for charitable purposes and shielded from income or estate taxes. Another great benefit is this option avoids possible delays and various costs associated with probate administration.