Learn more about gifts that cost you nothing now!
Gifts in a Will
A gift in your will is one of the easiest ways to create your legacy in the protection of animals from cruelty, abuse, neglect and exploitation.
Costs you nothing now to give in this way;
You can alter your gift or change your mind at any time and for any reason;
Your gift will create your legacy in the well-being of animals now and for generations to come.
4 simple ‘no-cost-now’ ways to give in your will:
General gift in your will
Residual gift in your will
Specific gift in your will
Contingent gift in your will
You can mix these no-cost ways together. For example, you might consider leaving a specific percentage (such as 50%) of the residual to American Humane contingent upon the survival of your spouse.
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Gifts by Beneficiary Designation
An Easy ‘No-Cost-Now’ Way to Give
It’s easy to put your bank accounts, retirement funds, savings bonds, and more to use in creating a world impacted by American Humane — and it costs nothing now.
By naming American Humane as a beneficiary of these assets, you power the advancement of compassion and empathy for animals which will impact lives for future generations. Your gift impacts their safety, well-being and protection – the impact your gift makes through American Humane becomes your personal legacy to the world.
Reduce or eliminate taxes on retirement assets;
Reduce or avoid probate fees;
No cost to you now to give;
Create your legacy with American Humane.
How to Change a Beneficiary Designation:
American Humane Association
A gift of Retirement Funds (beneficiary of your retirement plan)
A gift of funds remaining in your bank accounts, brokerage accounts or certificate of deposit (CD)
Donor-Advised Fund (DAF) residuals
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