Since 1953, Wayfinder Family Services has stepped up and stood in the gap so that children and families can thrive. Here are our top four reasons to consider including Wayfinder Family Services in your estate plans.
1. Your gift will have significant impact
Planned gifts offer Wayfinder sustained, long-term financial support so that we can continue our critical programs for decades to come. Through your planning, you can make a significant difference in the lives of the children we serve.
2. You define your personal legacy
You can define your legacy and ensure your support of Wayfinder Family Services even after your lifetime. Planned gifts are an important and deeply meaningful way to ensure the future of Wayfinder Family Services and provide a lasting personal legacy.
3. You will shape our future and the next generation of children who need your help
Your legacy gift will profoundly influence the future of those we serve—children with vision loss and multiple disabilities, children without a home of their own, children who have suffered abuse and neglect and many, many more.
4. You will inspire others
Your generosity and foresight provide support to future generations and serves as an inspiration for others to do the same.
Five easy ways to leave your legacy:
1. In your will, name Wayfinder Family Services/Junior Blind the beneficiary of an amount or percentage of your estate.
2. Designate Wayfinder/Junior Blind as a partial or full beneficiary of your retirement plan.
3. Make Wayfinder/Junior Blind a full or partial beneficiary of a life insurance policy, appreciated securities or real estate.
4. Name Wayfinder/Junior Blind as a full or partial beneficiary of your donor advised fund. Your annual contributions can also be made from you donor advised fund.
5. Make Wayfinder/Junior Blind the “pay on death” beneficiary of a certificate of deposit, bank account or brokerage account.
Questions? Contact Randy Sprabary at (323) 295-4555, ext. 220 or email@example.com
April 28, 2021