Have you considered the Conquer Cancer Foundation in your estate plans?
Fund Cancer Research Through Charitable Bequests
When making a charitable bequest to fund cancer and oncology research programs, a few sentences in your will or trust is all that is needed. Your gift can be made as a percentage of your estate, or you can make a specific bequest by donating a specific amount of cash, securities, or property.
Cancer Research Funding: Other Estate-Planning Options
Other examples of planned gifts to support cancer research include gifts of stocks, bonds, and endowments. We are also happy to discuss other forms of planned giving that you may be considering.
Donations can take many forms - you may wish to consult your accountant or tax attorney as you explore these opportunities.
We can help. Contact us for assistance with wording or to discuss your personal situation or objectives. We’re happy to help without obligation. For sample wording or to disclose your bequest intention, please reference our bequest form.