Legacy Alliance

A Legacy of Health

Including the Westie Foundation of America, Inc. (WFA) in your will or trust is a meaningful way to help improve the health of all West Highland White Terriers and to educate breeders, pet owners, and veterinarians.  Many of our research grants and educational services have been made possible by individuals who had the foresight to include the WFA in their estate plans.

 

Ways You Can Give Through a Will or Trust:

 

  • Leave a specific dollar amount or asset to the WFA.
  • Designate a percentage of your estate to be given through your will or living trust.
  • Give only the remainder, or residue, of your estate, or that which remains after bequests to loved ones have been made.

 

A bequest to the WFA may take different forms, including:

  • An outright gift of cash
  • Securities
  • Personal property

 

The following is an example of suggested language you may wish to consider:

 

“I give and bequeath to the Westie Foundation of America, Inc., EIN 06-1473645, a not-for-profit corporation, with corporate address presently at 428 Hedgecroft Dr., Seabrook, TX 77586, the sum of $______, or _______% of my estate, to be used for the accomplishment of its general purpose (for a specific purpose as indicated)”.

 

You may designate your bequest in two ways:

 

  • For the general purposes of the WFA (an unrestricted bequest)
  • To be used to support a particular program (a restricted bequest)

 

 

 

 

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For more information, please contact Bebe Pinter, President, WFA by emailing president@westiefoundation.org or 281-326-3843.  Or click here to fill out a form.

 

A Legacy Alliance information form can be found by clicking here.  Once we have this information, we will be in touch to assist you with any information you may need.

 

The material presented herein is intended as general educational information on the topics discussed and should not be interpreted as legal, financial or tax advice. Please seek the specific advice of your tax advisor, attorney, and/or financial planner to discuss the application of these topics to your individual situation.