Including Planned Parenthood of Southwestern Oregon in your will or estate plans is one of the most meaningful ways 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 principles and values most important to you.
Here are four steps to help you begin your estate planning:
1. First, gather information about your assets, including retirement funds, bank accounts, and real estate property.
2. Then, think about the people and organizations that matter most to you and how you would like to provide for them.
3. Next, think about who you would like to serve as your executor or trustee.
4. Finally, meet with a professional. If you do not have an attorney in mind, your local bar association can make a referral.
You can also start your estate planning for free using this online tool.
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:
3579 Franklin Blvd
Eugene, OR 97403
Employer Identification Number (EIN): 93-0573822
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 gift options include charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, and pooled income fund donations. To learn more about how these options can benefit you, please contact us.
For more information on planned giving, please contact us at 541-344-2632 x8802 or by e-mail at [email protected].