Planned Giving to the Fund for Homeless Women
Donors like you want to ensure that programs serving women who experience homelessness in Monterey County will have ongoing support. Several community members have stepped up and established gifts that will last for perpetuity by naming the Fund for Homeless Women in their estate plans. Planned gifts like these offer a powerful opportunity to ensure that our values and commitments to the greater good are part of the legacy we leave behind for future generations.
Planned gifts can be made through:
- A Bequest in a will — a gift of money or any asset of value
- A Life Income Gift — a charitable gift annuity or charitable reminder trust
- Gifts of Special Assets — real estate, stock, life insurance or retirement account
An estate planning attorney or financial advisor can help you develop or revise your estate plan so that you too can leave a lasting legacy dedicated to shelter, safety and community.
For more information and ideas on ways that you can create a legacy or if you have already done so, please call or email:
Christine A. Dawson
Vice President of Philanthropic Services
Community Foundation for Monterey County