Did you know that…
- Only 32% of Americans report having a will or estate planning documents?!
- The average age a person in the US make their first will/estate plan is 44 years old?
- The coolest thing about leaving a nonprofit (or two!) in your will is that ANYONE can do it, whether you have one dollar or $10 million to your name 🙂 YOU are absolutely someone who can make a legacy gift to Bridgercare!
While it can be scary and uncomfortable to think about these things, it is incredibly important to make a plan (and the sooner the better!) to make sure your loved ones are taken care of and your wishes honored.
Whether you are new to making a will or an seasoned expert in the world of estate planning, you have the option of leaving a legacy for Bridgercare by including us in your will or living trust. This is a gift that will cost you nothing during your lifetime, but can make all the difference in the world for generations to come. YOU can make sure that all people have access to affordable, affirming, and empowering sexual healthcare no matter happens in the future! Thank you for being such a dedicated supporter and continuing to lift up our whole community 🙂
And the great news is that it really isn’t too difficult to include Bridgercare and other nonprofits in your will/estate plan/living trust. This is often called a bequest and here is some sample language you can use:
I (insert your name and full mailing address) hereby give Bridgercare, a nonprofit organization currently located at 1288 N 14th Ave #201, Bozeman, MT 59715 and assigned the tax identification number EIN of 81-0363189, the sum of $______ or _____percentage of my estate for unrestricted use and purpose.
While we ourselves aren’t lawyers or experts on financial/estate planning, we are happy to connect you to resources or answer questions you might have! Please email Emily at email@example.com if you want to chat or fill out the form below to request more information on planned giving.
What three supporters had to say about their decision to put Bridgercare in their will: