Planned Giving - Bequest
The Simplest Way to Support SafePlace After Your Lifetime
Make a bequest. You can use this wording to share with your estate planning attorney to add to your will or living trust.
I, (name), of (city, state, ZIP), give, devise and bequeath to
Travis County Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Survival Center d/b/a SafePlace,
(written amount or percentage of the estate or description of property)
for its unrestricted use and purpose.
If you have included SafePlace in your estate plans, we would love to know so we can welcome you into our SafeKeepers. We respect your wishes to remain anonymous, if you so choose, and any details of your gift that you disclose are held in confidence. Thank you for helping ensure that the resources of SafePlace are available for future generations.
“SafePlace brings healing, safety, prevention, education and support of all kinds to those who have experienced sexual and/or relationship violence – some of the most vulnerable among us. It has been my privilege to contribute to these efforts by including SafePlace in my Will/Estate Planning and also by serving as a regular volunteer for more than 5 years. The effort to make the world a safer and better place (tikkun olam in Judaism) is crucial to my existence and participation is mandatory. For the ongoing and hands-on aspect, I have worked as a regular volunteer at SafePlace, principally by providing clerical support to the Development Team, for more than 5 years. SafePlace fits my personal beliefs and mind set as I’m a long-time social activist and an old (in every sense of that word) feminist!"
Jo Reichler - SafePlace Volunteer
For additional information about Planned Giving, please contact Candace Lopez - 512.356.1689.
This information is not intended as legal advice.
Please consult your attorney or financial advisor regarding any planned gift.