Making a bequest to Your Whole Baby through your last will and testament allows you to benefit from your funds during your lifetime, after which you will leave behind a lasting legacy to enable Your Whole Baby to create future change.
In your will, you can leave a bequest of cash, tangible assets, and/or publicly traded shares of securities. Talk to your lawyer to find out how to leave a bequest in your will to Your Whole Baby.
You may also control your legacy in other ways, besides your will. For example, you may designate Your Whole Baby as a beneficiary for any portion of the remaining assets in a bank account, a regular investment account, or an Individual Retirement Account. Some donors choose to create a charitable gift annuity or a charitable remainder trust. Consult with your financial adviser and institutional representatives for specific strategies.