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Planned giving
Did you know that it is possible to bring animals out of crisis without it costing you anything during your lifetime?

You can help by joining RedRover’s Legacy Partner program, which enables you to donate using any of our planned giving options. RedRover offers a variety of ways that you can donate to a great cause while achieving your financial goals:

If you have any questions regarding planned giving, please contact us at 916.429.2457, ext. 313 or email Erin Bialecki at ebialecki@redrover.org. We also encourage you to consult with your legal and financial advisors when considering a planned gift.

  Goal Benefit How
Bequests in your will or trust Donate to RedRover without it affecting you financially during your lifetime. A charitable bequest or trust distribution is deductible for federal estate tax purposes. There is no limit on the deduction your estate can claim. The gift may also be exempt from state inheritance taxes. Include a bequest provision in your will or living trust that specifies an amount or percentage of your estate that you wish for RedRover to receive. Read more
Life insurance policy donation Ensure the continued support of RedRover through a large donation without it affecting you during your lifetime. There are potential income tax deductions if you transfer the policy to RedRover. Estate taxes can be reduced if you name RedRover as the beneficiary. Options: RedRover as a beneficiary in your current life insurance policy, donate your paid-up policy directly to RedRover and/or start a new policy, making RedRover the owner and beneficiary. Read more
Retirement plan donation Make a donation to RedRover while avoiding the tax burden for your heirs. Give a greater gift to help the animals and reduce the estate and income taxes that your beneficiary will incur. Name RedRover as your retirement plan beneficiary. Read more
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Remember to include your pet in your estate planning. Read our guide to providing for your companion animal.