Are you considering making a planned gift to Friendship Bridge? This ensures that your impact extends beyond your lifetime into programs that uplift thousands of woman in Guatemala. There are many ways to make a planned gift to Friendship Bridge.
You can name Friendship Bridge as a beneficiary:
- in your will
- insurance policy
- individual retirement account
If you have provided for Friendship Bridge in your estate plans, please allow us the opportunity to thank you by informing us and joining Friendship Bridge’s Legacy Circle (by completing this form to the extent you feel comfortable).
Connie Newton is a longtime supporter of Friendship Bridge, and now a Legacy Circle member. Connie lives in Guatemala and has seen the positive outcomes of the work Friendship Bridge does first-hand.
Listen to her message below on why she chose to be a Legacy Circle member, or read her full story here!
For more information about ways for you to consider remembering Friendship Bridge in your estate plans, please contact Nicole Eubanks, Associate Development Director, at (303) 674-0717 or email@example.com.
Here is sample bequest language to share with your lawyer:
“After fulfilling all other provisions, I hereby give, devise, and bequeath to Friendship Bridge (Federal Tax ID# 84-1141078), a charitable organization duly existing under the laws of the Colorado and located at 405 Urban Street, Suite 140, Lakewood, CO 80228, _______percent of the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate [or $________ if specific amount] to be used in the areas of greatest need as the board of directors may determine.”