Your generosity has the power to change the way the world defines and views disabilities. No matter how great or little your net worth, proper planning is key to providing for your future financial needs and ensuring your assets are ultimately distributed as you intend. There is no better time than now to consider integrating a charitable gift into your plans.
Through a planned gift to Easterseals UCP, you will help ensure that everyone living with disabilities and mental health challenges in North Carolina & Virginia has access to the life-changing equipment, technology, programs, services and support they need to truly access their world, make the most of their abilities and live life to the fullest.
Legacy Society members are supporters who have made a commitment to improving the lives of individuals with disabilities and mental health challenges by including Easterseals UCP in their will or estate plans. As a Legacy Society member, you imagine a world beyond the present.
Join our Legacy Society today to ensure that Easterseals UCP's services will be here for those we support for generations to come.
There are several different types of legacy gifts, examples include:
If you are considering a gift to Easterseals in your estate plans, we encourage you to email our Development Team at email@example.com or call 919-865-8878.
If you have already included Easterseals UCP in your plans, it would be our honor to personally thank you and welcome you into the Legacy Society.
We believe your client’s decision to include a gift to Easterseals in their estate plan is deeply profound. As an adviser, you are a trusted partner to your client; should you or your client have any questions regarding planned gift options, please give our gift planning team a call.For your quick reference, our legal name is:Legal Name: Easterseals UCP North Carolina & Virginia, Inc.Tax ID Number: 56-0670676Incorporated in: 5171 Glenwood Avenue, Suite 211 Raleigh, NC 27612
Disclaimer: The information on this planned giving site is intended to assist you in your charitable planning. It is not legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Please consult with your attorney or other advisor for professional advice and to discuss how this information can benefit you as your consider your financial and philanthropic goals.
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