A pledged gift is a promise to give a certain amount of money over a specified
period of time. An example is a $20,000 gift, paid over four years which would equal four, $5,000 annual payments to “pay off” the pledged gift.
Pledged gifts have many benefits for donors:
You choose an amount that is meaningful for you and fits your circumstances and budget.
Flexible payment options such as once a year, twice a year, each month.
Allows many donors to give more since they can pay towards their pledge for up to ten years.
Charitable income tax receipts are provided for each payment towards the
pledge, and not when the pledge is committed/promised.