Charitable Bequest planting a seed for those who come next

Words and deeds form the history we leave behind.

Your bequest can can continue our work, providing support for generations to come.

How to make a bequest?

When writing your will, consider making a provision for the good work we still need to do.

Consider a specific bequest: Specific bequests are the most common. You might write in your will a specific dollar amount, a specific asset or a specific percentage of your estate.


You might consider a residual bequest or remainder of your estate. A residual bequest is the remaining portion of your estate after all other expenses, taxes and bequests have been made.


A contingent bequest might be the most appropriate option. The contingent beneficiary is only entitled to receive the bequest under certain conditions - for example, a direct beneficiary is not available to receive their portion of the estate.

Now it is our turn to plant seeds for those who come next.

Your legacy matters here.

Thank you for considering a charitable bequest.

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