Estate Planning with South Coast Humane Society in Mind
South Coast Humane Society is here to work with you and your legal advisors in designing a gift suited to your particular needs. There are many ways to give through estate planning including;
Through your will or living trust - you can:
Include a charitable bequest specifying a dollar amount
Designating a piece of property to be given to South Coast Humane
Designating a percentage of your overall estate
Naming South Coast Humane Society as a contingent beneficiary
Through your life insurance policies:
Name South Coast Humane Society as the primary or secondary beneficiary of all or a portion of your life insurance policy.
Through your retirement plans:
If you have an IRS, 401(k) or 403(b) plan, you can name South Coast Humane Society as the primary or secondary beneficiary to receive all or a portion of the proceeds from your retirement plan upon your death.
Through pooled income fund and charitable remainder trusts:
More sophisticated estate planning tools can also be used to help animals. Please contact your estate planner for a more detailed explanation and let us know how we can assist you!
If you choose to leave a bequest, we will see that it is put to the greatest use in helping animals who cannot help themselves. Once you have made provisions to South Coast Humane Society in your estate plan, please let us know so we can thank you now for your future support!
It is because of your kindness than we can continue to support our programs and services, including the receiving and adoption of animals, assisting low income pet owners, education, outreach programs, and so much more.
Thank you for your support!