Do you want to support Child Advocates, but feel overwhelmed by everyday living costs, such as the latest home repair, the food expenses and escalating gas prices?
There’s a solution that doesn’t involve writing a check. You can designate a gift in your estate plan. There are two main benefits to this meaningful step:
- Your current income or assets remain the same.
- You can change your mind at any time.
The easiest and most popular way to support Child Advocates while putting your current financial needs first is to include a gift in your will or revocable living trust. It takes as little as one sentence to complete your gift.
Best of all, you have the option to leave a percentage of your estate or an asset so that no matter how the size of your estate changes, gifts to your family and nonprofits remain proportional.
Imagine how that single sentence can impact the future.
We Have the Language You Need
Please contact Suzanne McAndrew today at 713-529-1396 ext. 238 or firstname.lastname@example.org for the simple language to add to your estate plan. We’ve helped many supporters like you take this important step. We’d love to help you extend your legacy as well.