A cash contribution is not the only way that you can support LSA; you can also donate by considering our organization in your retirement and estate planning. Included below is information on how you can support Living Streets Alliance by naming our organization in your will or living trust, or as a beneficiary in any retirement plan or life insurance you may have.
1) A Bequest in a Will or Living Trust
A bequest is a gift from your estate that could be in the form of cash, securities, or other property, as provided for in your estate plan. A bequest to Living Streets Alliance can be for a specific amount, a percentage of your estate, or for all or a portion of what is left after you have made bequests to your family. To make a bequest to the Living Streets Alliance you may need to create a new will or living trust document, add a codicil to your existing will, or make an amendment to any existing trust you may have.
Suggested language that you can use to specify your bequest to Living Streets Alliance is as follows:
“I hereby give [provide the dollar amount, percentage of estate, or specific gift or property that you intend to give] to the Living Streets Alliance, an Arizona non-profit corporation, for its unrestricted use, to support the mission and goals of the organization.”
You may also designate that your gift be used for a specific purpose. If you would like to pursue this option, please feel free to contact us directly (firstname.lastname@example.org or 520-261-8777).
2) Designating Living Streets Alliance as a Beneficiary
You may also give to LSA by naming the organization as a beneficiary in a retirement savings account or life insurance policy that you may hold. We recommend that you contact your financial advisor, or representative of the applicable life insurance company, to obtain the form necessary to designate the Living Streets Alliance as a beneficiary.