Did you know that you can leave almost all of your assets to your family and other loved ones, and a small percentage, even 1%, to organizations like Special Olympics? Many supporters find that this allows them to balance the needs of their family while making a meaningful gift.
A gift through your will or trust is a very special way of ensuring that your support for Special Olympics continues for generations to come. These gifts:
- Require no immediate donation. The gift comes to Special Olympics only after your lifetime.
- Allow you to change your mind at any time.
- Are gratefully welcomed in any amount.
Your attorney can help you determine the best way to make your gift. Some options:
- You can leave a small percentage of your estate—even 1% can make a real difference!
- You can leave a defined sum to Special Olympics.
- You can leave a percentage of funds left over after other gifts and debts are paid and your loved ones are provided for.
- You can make a secondary or contingent gift that only comes to Special Olympics if your other beneficiaries do not survive you or other specific gifts cannot be fulfilled.
“Knowing that in my very small way I’m part of Special Olympics, and the Special Olympics family, makes me very proud.”
Blake Sandy, Special Olympics volunteer and Champions Society member, has included a gift in his will to Special Olympics.