Donate to ASPCA in Your Estate Plan

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), is an organization that has worked relentlessly to rescue and save animals from cruelty situations. Their efforts span from passing legislation to providing much-needed medical care. If you have a soft spot for animals, Planned Giving to the ASPCA can be a wonderful way to give back.


How to Donate to ASPCA in your Trust & Will Estate Plan

Donating to a charitable organization like ASPCA can ensure your legacy lives on. Your generous gift will serve to benefit this incredible organization and their efforts to make our world a better place. Even if you already regularly donate to ASPCA throughout your lifetime, you can make a lasting impact by including them in your Estate Plan through a Planned Gift. 

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Why You Should Leave a Charitable Bequest to ASPCA

More than 150 years ago, the ASPCA was founded by Henry Bergh as a way to ensure that animals receive the love, care, and protection they deserve. Though they’re headquartered in New York City, the ASPCA’s efforts reach across the nation. They strive every day to respond to the needs of animals in the form of animal rescue, placement and protection. 

The theme of rescue was the foundation for the ASPCA, but the work rarely stops there. The ASPCA uses their experience, along with funding and other assistance efforts, to facilitate adoptions all over the country. In the 1970s, the ASPCA combined their adoption program with an emphasis on pet population control and began spaying and neutering adopted animals. More recently, they acquired the Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) and have even mainstreamed the idea of chipping pets for animal identification. 

You can include the ASPCA in your Estate Plan through Planned Gifts that ensure your contribution will directly help and protect this amazing organization. What they do for animals and pets all over the country is worthy of the gift you give back through your Estate Plan.

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It’s the smart, modern way to donate to the charitable organizations you care about most.

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    Determine your strategy. 

    Decide how you want to utilize your Estate Plan to donate to a nonprofit. This can offer many benefits to you, your estate, the organizations you want to donate to and to the legacy you hope to leave behind.

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    Create your Will or Trust-Based Estate Plan. 

    Choose the nonprofit to whom you want to donate then create your Will or Trust-Based Estate Plan using our easy-to-use online platform.

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    Donate to your preferred charity. 

    Leave either a portion of your estate or a specific dollar amount to the charity of your choice. Whether you write them into your Will, designate them as beneficiary of your retirement account or create a Charitable Trust...we make Planned Giving easy.

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    Gain peace of mind. 

    Feel good knowing you’re leaving behind a lasting legacy that will help others in the future, even when you’re no longer here to help them yourself.

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