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The Hill Country Pregnancy Care Center Endowment Fund was created to secure the financial future of HCPCC. 

Gifts to the endowment fund are invested and the investment returns will support HCPCC in perpetuity or for a set period of time. Contributions can be made via planned giving options or by directing gifts to the fund now.

To contribute to our endowment fund, please use the form above or contact our office.

HCPCC Endowment Fund

Planned Giving

A planned gift is a contribution arranged in the present and allocated at a future date.

Planned Giving Today

Gifts can be arranged to be allocated right away.

Recurring Monthly Gifts

Monthly giving provides regular and sustaining support for HCPCC's programs. Having gifts we can count on allows us to plan for the future and growth of our programs. 

Recurring gifts can be arranged via credit card or bank draft here, or set a reminder to mail us a check every month!

Qualified Charitable Distributions

Qualified Charitable Distributions are tax free charitable contributions transferred directly to HCPCC from your IRA. Donors over 70 1/2 years of age can donate up to $100,000 per year. These contributions can count towards your required minimum distribution (RMD) for your IRA. 

Major Gifts

Major Gifts are large gifts given directly to the center. These funds are used for large projects and needs. They also meet capital campaign budgeting.

Planned Giving for the Future

These gifts are often given after a donor's death. 


A bequest is made through your will or trust. Typically a set amount or percentage of an estate, a bequest can easily be included in a new will or added to an existing will with a codicil. 

Gifts of Life Insurance

You can designate HCPCC as a beneficiary to your life insurance policy. When the policy is paid out, the gift to HCPCC will be exempt from estate taxes, which benefits your heirs as well. This is a good option if your heirs no longer require the payout from your life insurance policy.

Gifts of Retirement Plans

You can name HCPCC as a beneficiary to a portion or all of an IRA, 401(k), or other retirement plan. When this gift is paid out, it will be exempt from income and estate taxes. This option is good if you no longer need the income from your retirement plan.

Questions about planned gifts to HCPCC? Contact Lulu Belz.

HCPCC Referrals

Estate Planning Attorneys


McCammon Law

Shawn McCammon


Gately & Morris PC

Jeff Gately

Financial Advisors


Reliance Retirement Services

Dana Dunkelberger


Equitable Advisors

Ron Zunker


Dylan Boss

Real Estate Agents


Lonestar Properties

Kacey Wells

Lora Carlisle

Phyllis Browning, Co.

Brandi Quinn

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