Including Planned Parenthood Great Northwest Hawai’i, Alaska, Indiana, Kentucky in your estate plans is a meaningful way to support family planning and reproductive rights. Planned gifts can be made through your estate or financial plans and can include bequests designated in a will or living trust, as well as life income gifts. By supporting the future of Planned Parenthood in this way, you are creating a legacy for the values most important to you.
Naming Planned Parenthood in Your Will
Your will affirms, honors, and protects what matters most to you. Through a specific bequest, you can name a particular dollar amount, or through a residuary bequest, you can give all or part of what is remaining after payment of debts, expenses, and specific bequests. If you would like to make such a gift to Planned Parenthood, your attorney may wish to include language similar to the following:
"I give, devise, and bequeath to Planned Parenthood Great Northwest, Hawai’i, Alaska, Indiana, Kentucky or its successor, now or formerly at 2001 E Madison, Seattle, WA 98122, a gift of ($_____ or _____ percent of the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate), to be used for its general purposes."
Other Ways to Give
You might also consider naming Planned Parenthood as a beneficiary in your retirement plan, insurance policy, or bank and investment accounts. Depending on the plan, Planned Parenthood can be named as a full, partial, or contingent beneficiary. You will need the following information:
2001 E Madison
Seattle, WA 98122
Employer Identification Number (EIN): 91-0686012
Income for Life
There are other planned giving options that can provide you with payments for the rest of your life, with the remaining funds passing to Planned Parenthood. These options include charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, and pooled income fund donations. To learn more, please contact us.