Giving Through Your Estate to [charity_name]

Photo: Elena Devyashina for Partners In Health. Nurse Natalya Shtrevenskaya gives a mother and her newborn antiretroviral therapy in their home in Tomsk, Russia on Aug. 26, 2015.

 

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In gratitude for your partnership, PIH partnered with our friends at FreeWill to offer you a free, online tool that walks you through the process of writing a legally valid will. It typically takes less than 25 minutes! At the end, you can download and sign your legal will.

 

Get started writing your free, legal will now!

 

The tool is always free, whether you choose to include a gift to PIH or not (thank you for your thoughtful consideration!). If you have a large or complex estate, or if you simply prefer to work with an attorney, you can also use FreeWill to find a trust and estates attorney near you and create a list of documented wishes, which can save you time and money at the lawyer’s office.

A charitable gift from your estate is a favored method of giving that enables you to achieve your financial goals and benefit PIH in ways that may not be possible through lifetime gifts.

Giving through your estate plan generates a charitable estate tax deduction and substantial tax savings. You may direct all or a portion of your estate to PIH. 

Bequests

A charitable gift from your estate is a favored method of giving that enables you to achieve your financial goals and benefit PIH.

Bequest Language for Donors

Sample bequest language is offered below for your legal counsel’s consideration in preparing your will or trust. This enables you to make generous gifts that may not be possible during your lifetime.

Beneficiary Designation

While most assets transferred through a will, retirement plans and life insurance policies are governed by a separate document, called a beneficiary designation.