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Including Safer in your estate plans
Thanks to the various ways of estate giving, you can ensure that the important work of the Safer Foundation continues to serve men and women well into the future. A planned gift is a way to support any program of the Safer Foundation about which you are passionate.
How to Make a Planned Gift
Including a charitable gift in your estate giving is one way to manage the distribution of your assets. In addition to protecting your family’s security, you also are providing crucial support to the mission of the Safer Foundation. Charitable planned gifts are an option for everyone, regardless of income level.
You can make your planned gift from assets you hold now or from current or future income. You can also use your will to leave a legacy through a charitable bequest which can include a specific dollar amount, percent of your estate’s value, a paid life insurance policy or other types of assets.
Unrestricted planned gifts allow Safer Foundation the most flexibility in determining the greatest need for your gift and will help shape the mission of the organization in the future.
For more information regarding planned giving:
Please call Safer Foundation’s Development Office. We will work with you to make sure a gift in your will to Safer Foundation will carry out your charitable goals. Contact:
Emily Hansen, 312-922-8491
Senior Development Officer
Safer Foundation, 571 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, Il 60601
Let us thank you!
After you have taken care of all the details in providing for your family as well as making a planned gift to Safer Foundation, please let us know that you are helping. We would like to thank you and include you in wonderful opportunities and activities here at Safer Foundation. Copy the part of your will that includes the Safer Foundation and send it to the address and contact above.
The information here is for education purposes only and should not be considered tax or legal advice.
Please consult with your tax or legal advisor when proceeding with your estate plan.
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