PLANNED CHARITABLE GIVING

Make a lasting difference.

Learn more about including the SRFJC in your estate planning

By naming the Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center as a beneficiary of your will, trust, IRA/401K, insurance policy, annuity, or other planned gift, you can ensure a better future for victims and their children in the Sacramento community.

 

There are many ways to support the Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center through Planned Charitable Giving. Regardless of the size of your estate, Estate Planning will help you meet your personal, family, and charitable giving goals.

 

When you inform the SRFJC that you have included us in your Charitable Planned Giving, you become a Circle of Hope Legacy Society member, with special benefits and privileges.

 

How to leave your lasting legacy with the Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center

By choosing to name the SRFJC as a beneficiary in your will, trust, or in another type of planned gift, you are helping to ensure that the SRFJC can continue helping thousands of victims in Sacramento County.

 

As we always say, a family free of violence is a community free of violence. Your gift will make the future a better place for victims and their children.

 

All that is needed is a short statement in your will or trust. Here are some sample wordings*:

Residual (after other bequests or designations are named)

“I give to the Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center (Tax ID# 46-4522608), the rest and residue of my estate to be used by the Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center Foundation wherever the need is greatest.”

 

Portion

“I give to the Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center Foundation (Tax ID# 46-4522608), ___% of my estate to be used by the Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center Foundation wherever the need is greatest.”

 

Specific Amount

“I give to the Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center Foundation (Tax ID# 46-4522608), the sum of $___ of my estate to be used by the Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center Foundation wherever the need is greatest.”

 

*Please note that this is merely suggested wording; please consult your attorney or an estate planning professional when preparing legal documents.

 

Contact Daniel Iritani, Director of Development

IritaniD@hopethriveshere.org| (916) 296-5897