PATF will be closed on Sunday, May 28th, and Monday, May 29th for Memorial Day.

Gift Descriptions

Bequests

Donors are encouraged to name PATF the beneficiary of bequests and to advise PATF of their decision to do so. Although formal notice allows the intention to be noted, in most cases, bequests will not be counted as gifts until the distribution is received.

Charitable Gift Annuity

In a charitable gift annuity, assets are irrevocably transferred to an annuity account in exchange for specified payments to selected beneficiaries for life; remainder amount is assigned to PATF. The charitable gift annuity is the most popular and affordable of the life income gifts.

Charitable Remainder Trust

Through a charitable remainder trust, assets are irrevocably transferred to a trust which pays the donor or specified beneficiaries an income for life; the remainder interest is assigned to PATF. Income may be a fixed amount or percentage.

Charitable Lead Trust

With a charitable lead trust, assets are also irrevocably transferred to a trust. Income for a specified period (usually 20 years) is assigned to PATF and the remaining trust assets are then distributed to the donor or the donor's beneficiaries. 

Life Insurance / Beneficiary Designation

PATF encourages donors to name PATF beneficiary or contingent beneficiary of their life insurance policies. Gifts from life insurance policies are recorded when they become irrevocable.

Life Insurance / Gifts of Policies

PATF accepts gifts of fully or partially paid life insurance policies when PATF is named the policy's owner and beneficiary. If the policy is not fully paid when assigned and the donor does not elect to continue making premium payments, PATF reserves the right to continue paying the premiums; convert the policy to paid in full insurance; or surrender the policy for its current value.

Retirement Plans / Beneficiary Designations

Donors may name PATF beneficiary or contingent beneficiary of retirement plans. Gifts are recorded when the directive becomes irrevocable. 

Remainder Interests in Property

Subject to certain restrictions, PATF may accept a remainder interest in personal residence, farm, or vacation property. During the stated life term, the donor or donor designated occupants may continue to occupy the real estate. Upon the donor's demise, PATF reserves the right to make use of the property or convert it to cash. During their lifetime, donor or primary beneficiary is responsible for maintenance, real estate taxes and property indebtedness.

Donors who have made a provision in their estate plans for the Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force and have advised the Development Department that they have done so will be recognized in print materials. 

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Hours:

Testing Hours:
Sun: Noon – 3:30 p.m.
Mon-Tue, Thu - Fri: 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Wed: 9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

 

Food Pantry Hours*:
Sun: Noon-4:00 p.m.
Mon, Tues, Thu: Noon-4:00 p.m.
Wed: 3:00-7:00 p.m.

 

The food pantry is closed on Friday and Saturdays.

 

*Clients may use the food pantry once per month; Clients who are overdue for their 90-day updates will not be able to use the Food Pantry on Wednesday after 4 p.m., or on Sundays

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