Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains protects and supports every person's right to make voluntary, informed decisions about sexuality and reproduction in order to lead a healthy and fulfilling life. By planning a legacy gift in your estate plan you can play a vital role in ensuring the preservation of the mission of Planned Parenthood in perpetuity. And by informing PPRM of your estate plan, you enable us to plan with you, in the present, for the reproductive health of future generations.
Examples of planned giving include naming Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains in your will or trust, or as a beneficiary in your retirement plan or insurance policy. Some planned gifts even provide an income to you during your lifetime. Examples of planned gifts can be found by clicking here.
Planned gift donors who inform us of their estate gift intent are honored for their willingness to say "I support Planned Parenthood" and are recognized by the Guardians of Choice (Margaret Sanger Society in New Mexico).
Planned gifts may be designated to a particular purpose, program or region. The PPRM Board policy for undesignated estate gifts is to place the gift in a board designated fund with the intent of holding the gift as an endowment. This assures that planned gifts do create a legacy for the future.
PPRM recommends that you consult with your own financial or legal advisor when making your estate planning decisions.
Information for Lawyers and Executors
If you are an attorney or advisor working on the estate plans of a client, or if you are an executor working on an estate in probate, please contact us for more information at 303.813.7777.