PLANNED GIFTS: Including Animal Advocacy
You fuel Friends of Animals’ animal advocacy work – now and in the future.
Leaving a legacy for animals by making a planned gift to Friends of Animals helps ensure the most effective agenda for positive change. Friends of Animals is a non-profit organization with a solid record of fiscal responsibility and animal-advocacy achievements for more than 50 years. Gifts to a 501 (c) (3) charity typically have tax-deductible benefits.
You do not need to have a large estate to make a bequest or other planned gift to Friends of Animals. Anyone who owns property should prepare a will and keep it in a known location.
Friends of Animals has two free brochures to assist with estate decisions: How to Make a Will that Works, and 37 Things People ‘Know’ About Wills That Aren’t Really So. Just send a note to Dianne Forthman, Vice President, E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call our office (203)-656-1522, and we’ll send them to you the same day.
Animals put in peril by our own burgeoning growth will need our help for some time to come. Here’s Friends of Animals’ commitment: We’re here as long as the other animals of the world need us. You can be sure that your good wishes for animals will make a difference beyond your own lifetime by including Friends of Animals Inc. in your estate plans. You, or your attorney, will need to have the following details:
Friends of Animals, Inc.
777 Post Road, Suite 205
Darien, CT 06820
Tax ID #13-6018549
Friends of Animals, Inc. has non-profit status under IRS code section 501(c)(3).