Planned giving is all about the future—yours, as well Alley Cat Allies’. Your support means so much to us as we continue our mission of saving cats’ lives—and standing up to those who try to harm cats and undo all the progress we have made.
Planned giving provides many benefits, is a simple way to support a charity, and, most importantly, ensures that you will have a long-term, positive impact on cats around the globe.
- Your gift may entitle your estate to a federal tax charitable deduction.
- Your gift may protect your estate from probate, an expensive legal process.
- You’ll have the satisfaction of knowing your bequest will carry on your legacy the way you intended.
- You will provide a model of compassionate philanthropy for your loved ones.
- You will have peace of mind knowing that your gift will significantly contribute to the protection of all cats.
Types of Planned Gifts
Remembering Alley Cat Allies in your will or trust is an easy and powerful way to support our mission to protect and improve cats’ lives. Simply designate a speciﬁc dollar amount, or percentage of your estate assets or other property. You’ll extend your legacy of compassion without diminishing your present assets, and you may also beneﬁt from tax savings.
Name Alley Cat Allies as the partial or sole beneﬁciary of your IRA, 401(k), 403(b), or other retirement plans. This may also generate a lower tax burden for your estate.
Another easy and impactful way to support cats is including Alley Cat Allies as a beneﬁciary in your life insurance policy.
Thank you for considering one or more of these options to make a planned gift to Alley Cat Allies, and to show your everlasting love and devotion to all cats. If you would like more information, please reach out to our Development team at 1-866-309-6207 or via email at email@example.com.
Alley Cat Allies, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization, located at: 7920 Norfolk Avenue, Suite 600, Bethesda, MD 20814.
Phone number: 240-482-1980
Federal tax ID: 52-1742079
Year of incorporation: 1991 (Delaware)
Frequently Asked Questions
With a charitable bequest, you can make a gift that costs nothing during your lifetime, and you can always adjust it if your circumstances change. Plus, your bequest to Alley Cat Allies will have a strong impact on the long-term value of our work.
You can give us a specific amount of money, or you can give us a percentage of the balance remaining in your estate after taxes and expenses have been paid.
Even if you have an existing will, your lawyer can easily amend it by making an addition called a codicil. Be sure to review your will on a regular basis to ensure that it is up to date.
Your planned gift is a significant addition to our long-term financial strength and our ability to meet whatever challenges and opportunities the future brings. However, most of our current programs and initiatives depend on regular donations, so we certainly hope that you will continue to generously donate to Alley Cat Allies regardless of whether you decide to participate in planned giving.