Charitable Bequests

Many charitably-minded people have arranged for a future gift to the Open Arms Pregnancy Clinic by remembering the organization in their will or trust. There are many alternatives which will allow you to adequately provide for your family and also include Open Arms in your estate planning. Whether you are in the process of creating or updating your estate documents, you may include Open Arms in your planning.

There are many ways to leave a charitable gift (life insurance proceeds, gifts of stock or other appreciated assets, real estate). Your will is just one of many planned giving vehicles. Contact your attorney, tax or financial advisor to determine how you can fulfill your philanthropic goals.

For samples of wording that you may include in your will, please see the samples below:

I give and bequeath to the Open Arms Pregnancy Clinic in Northridge, California, the sum of $______________ to be used for the general purposes of the Ministry.

Percentage Bequest:

I give and bequeath to the Open Arms Pregnancy Clinic in Northridge, California,_______________ percent of my estate to be used for the general purposes of the Ministry.

Residuary Bequest:

I give and bequeath to the Open Arms Pregnancy Clinic in Northridge, California, the rest, residue and remainder of my estate to be used for the general purposes of the Ministry.

Contingent Bequest:

In the event that any of the above-named beneficiaries shall not survive me, or shall die during the administration of my estate, within ninety (90) days from the date of my death, or as a result of a common disaster, then I give and bequeath that beneficiary's share of my estate to the Open Arms Pregnancy Clinic in Northridge, California, to be used for the general purposes of the Ministry.

Note: This is not a legal document, but is provided to assist you in knowing what options are available to you. For further information and clarification, please consult your attorney

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