Considering 4C in your estate planning will enable you to leave a legacy by ensuring a bright future for the children and families of tomorrow. Making a planned gift to 4C for Children is easy. Consider the following…
Make a Charitable Bequest to 4C
Just a few sentences in your will or trust are all that is needed. A bequest can designate a specific amount of money or a percentage of your estate.
Make 4C a Beneficiary
An easy way to make a future gift without having to change an already existing will or estate plan is to name 4C for Children as beneficiary of a life insurance policy, retirement plan or IRA.
Name 4C for Children either the sole beneficiary or partial beneficiary.
Name 4C the contingent beneficiary only if the primary beneficiary is already deceased.
Help Inspire Others
If you have already arranged for a planned gift that will benefit 4C for Children in the future, please let us know now so we can thank you. If you wish to remain anonymous, we will of course honor your request.
For more information, contact Emily Fay, VP of Agency Advancement, at 513-758-1209.
Please note: 4C for Children and its employees do not provide legal or financial counsel. Please consult your attorney, financial advisor, accountant or estate planning attorney for details regarding planned gifts.