San Francisco Parks Alliance’s Legacy Circle includes those special park lovers who have included parks in their wills and estate plans.
Create or update your estate plan with a free SFPA organizer
January is a time to look ahead and make plans for the year-and beyond. When you set your goals and make your list of things you need to do this year, you may wish to create or update your estate plans. It will allow you to gain or maintain control during life and the distribution of your estate at death by creating or updating your estate plan.
San Francisco Parks Alliance complimentary estate-planning organizer, available both in hard copy and electronic form, allows you to estimate the size of your estate and list vital information your attorney will need to draft
or update your plan.
Even if your plan is in place, you can use the organizer to express your wishes about everything from obituary content to final ceremonies, issues that can create family conflict without your guidance. It also lets you provide those you love with an inventory of important documents and the whereabouts of vital assets needed by you during life or required to settle your estate.
An organized estate plans brings solace to your family and can be a blessing for the parks. If you would like to receive a complimentary estate-planning organizer, please contact Donalda Watson-Walkinshaw, Director of Membership, at 415-750-5443 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Specify the hard copy or electronic versions, leaving your mailing or email address.
Support your parks with a stroke of the pen
You can help ensure that the parks you’ve enjoyed will be preserved for future generations with a stroke of the pen by remembering the San Francisco Parks Alliance in your estate plans. A bequest in your will or living trust to SFPA will support citizen stewardship of our parks and makes you immediately eligible for membership in the Parks Alliance Legacy Circle.
If you want your charitable bequests to support your favorite parks project you can do so. Have your attorney review the following language: “I give, devise and bequeath to the San Francisco Parks Alliance, located in San Francisco, California, Tax Identification Number: 23-7131784 ( specific amount, percentage of estate, or describe property) for the benefit of its general purposes (or specify the program you wish to support).”
Your bequest when received may also make you eligible for the Commemorative Bench Program. If so, you can have your bequest specify that San Francisco Parks Alliance place a memorial bench in the parks with an inscribed plaque honoring you or a loved one. You can also fund this welcoming and practical memorial through a lifetime gift.
For more information, please contact Donalda Watson-Walkinshaw at 415-750-5443 or e-mail email@example.com.