All the material wealth we build during a lifetime career, including personal property and assets such as retirement funds and insurance policies, can be possible components of your charitable gift plan. Your generous, yet strategic plans to contribute to Second Chance will undoubtedly express your dedication to animals and further your legacy as a true animal advocate.
It’s not complicated to designate Second Chance Humane Society as a recipient of your planned gift. You can confidentiality and directly call Kelly Goodin, our executive director, at (970) 626-2273, at anytime to discuss your planning giving options.
Uphold animal advocacy and the benefits of pet adoptions through increasing public awareness of the value of Second Chance Humane Society's Animal Resource Center.
Support endowments to financially provide for the future developments and enhancements of Second Chance Humane Society.
Once you inform us of your planned gift intentions, you will become a member of the Legacy Society of Second Chance Humane Society. As a member of our Legacy Society, we recognize your generosity, foresight and dedication to our local animals in need, our shelter and resource center services, and our mission to save lives.
We are here to assist you in the charitable gift planning process, so together, you, your family and your Second Chance Humane Society family can receive the greatest impact of your charitable efforts.
Contact the Second Chance Humane Society Development office at 970-209-6837 for more information about your planned giving options. You may also email LuAnne Tyrrell, our development director, at email@example.com. We can provide you with sample language for bequests, further explain how to structure specific charitable gifts, and answer questions you may have.
Notify your attorney and financial advisor that you are considering a planned gift to Second Chance Humane Society. These professionals can assist you in determining what types of charitable gifts best suit your personal and financial circumstances.
Finally, be sure to talk to your family and friends about your legacy gift intention plans.