Planned Giving

Are you looking to make a lasting impact with the Lung Cancer Initiative of North Carolina? We would be honored to talk with you more about different opportunities to remembering the Lung Cancer Initiative in your estate and financial planning. 


Lung Life Society 

Membership in the Lung Life Society is reserved for those who have included the Lung Cancer Initiative of North Carolina in their will, trust and/or estate plans, have named Lung Cancer Initiative of North Carolina as a beneficiary (whole or partial) of an insurance policy or retirement account, and/or have established an endowment fund for the Lung Cancer Initiative of North Carolina. All planned giving donors qualify for inclusion and recognition as Members of the Lung Life Society. Inclusion allows us express continued thanks for your intended gift and it allows your planned gift intention to serve as encouragement to others.

As a member of the Lung Life Society:

  • Know that your gift today will save lives and impact all those affected by lung cancer in North Carolina.  
  • Be recognized as a member of the Lung Life Society on website and impact reports.
  • Get invited to special events.
  • Stay informed about the work of the Lung Cancer Initiative. 

To learn more about the Lung Life Society or notify us of your interest in joining, please complete this form and return to us at:

Lung Cancer Initiative of NC

4000 Blue Ridge Road, Suite 170

Raleigh, NC 27612

Sample Bequest Language

If you would like to speak to anyone about contributing in any of these ways, please call (919)784-0410, or feel free to email our president, Amy Cipau, directly, at

*Disclaimer - The information herein does not constitute legal advice from the Lung Cancer Initiative of North Carolina. Each recipient is advised to seek advice from a qualified and licensed attorney within the state where they reside. While all information contained herein is believed to be reliable, there are no substitutes for individual review and analysis of each person's estate plan and appropriate legal advice concerning such estate plan. Caution should be taken before proceeding with an estate plan or charitable gift without advice from your own tax accounting and legal advisors. 

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