Leave a Legacy of Hope
Your interest in leaving a Legacy of hope to The ALS Association Evergreen Chapter could not be timelier. There is no question that the future of our organization and the care that our coordinators provide is critically influenced by your giving. In the years ahead, your legacy can enable our care to continue and expand to locations that we cannot get to, due to lack of funds.
You believe in the work of our chapter, and you want to ensure that there are continued funds for The ALS Association Evergreen Chapter’s ability to provide these vital services to those living with ALS and the cutting-edge research that The ALS Association is doing across the country right now.
By remembering our chapter in your estate plan, you create a legacy of hope for future generations of ALS patients and their families that a cure or treatment will be found. That we can continue to provide the comprehensive patient services that our coordinators provide in your community.
A myriad of easy giving options exist from naming our chapter as a beneficiary in your will to a more complex trust arrangement. You can make a gift today using assets such as securities, real estate, or personal property.
For more information about how to leave a Legacy of Hope, please contact our main office. We can help you find a creative giving strategy that is right for you and that will benefit our mutual vision create a world without ALS.
We appreciate that the details of your will are private, so please be assured that if you let us know your plans, they well be kept confidential and treated with the highest respect and gratitude. By supporting us you become a part of a heritage that has helped support ALS in the Evergreen Chapter’s area since 1999. We offer you our heartfelt thanks.
Click here to visit The ALS Association's National Gift Planning web pages. Note that you will be leaving our Chapter's website. To return to our site, simply click on the "Close" button on the pop-out window.
Please Note: If you make your gift through The ALS Association's National Gift Planning web pages or through their Planned Giving Department and your intent is to designate the funds to our Chapter, please be sure to indicate your request.