LEAVE A LEGACY

WHAT WILL YOUR LEGACY BE?

You can make a difference in the future with just a little planning today. There are many options available to assist you in reaching your charitable giving goals. By including Cerebral Palsy Kids and Families in your will, you are receiving important tax benefits to your estate without reducing your current income.  

TYPES OF BEQUESTS

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In a specific bequest the donor indicates that the charity is to receive a specific dollar amount, or a specific piece of property, such as real estate, stocks, bonds, or art.

Suggested bequest language options for your Will:
“I give Cerebral Palsy Kids and Families the sum of (state dollar amount)”

“I give Cerebral Palsy Kids and Families the percentage of (state the percentage amount)”

"I give to Cerebral Palsy Kids and Families (describe the property/asset)

A residual bequest gives the charity all or a portion of the donor’s estate after all the debts, taxes, expenses and other bequests have been paid.

Suggested bequest language options for your Will:
“I give to Cerebral Palsy Kids and Families all (or stated percentage) of the rest, residue and remainder of my estate”

A contingent bequest takes effect only upon the occurrence of some other event. For example, you may choose to make a charity the contingent beneficiary in the event that others named in your Will predecease you.

Suggested bequest language options for your Will:
“If (indicate beneficiary name) does not survive me, then I give all the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate to Cerebral Palsy Kids and Families.”