Gifts That Cost Nothing Now

Please consider a gift in your will or trust, or by beneficiary designation – all of which cost you nothing now. You can change your gift at any time and for any reason, while the impact you have will go on for years to come.

Please let us know if you’ve included Horizons in your estate plan. Providing us with documentation ensures that we have the information we need to carry out your wishes.

  • Gifts in a Will
  • Gifts by Beneficiary Designation
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A gift in your will or trust is one of the easiest, most flexible, and most popular ways to create a world where all LGBTQ people live freely and fully. It takes just a few sentences in your will to set up a gift, and it can be changed easily at any time. This gift can include cash, securities, real estate, and other assets.

HERE ARE SOME POPULAR WAYS TO LEAVE A GIFT FOR HORIZONS:

  • A general gift in your will leaves a gift of a stated sum of money in your will or living trust, typically in the form of personal property or assets.
  • A residual gift in your will leaves Horizons the remainder of your estate after other bequests, debts, and taxes have been fulfilled.
  • A specific gift in your will leaves Horizons a specific dollar amount or stated fraction of your estate or a specified item (collections, art, books, jewelry, and so on.)
  • A contingent gift in your will leaves Horizons a stated share of your estate only if a spouse, family member or other beneficiary does not survive you.

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Thanks to a generous challenge match from Hon. James Hormel and Michael Nguyen, your legacy gift will trigger an immediate $1,000 gift that will help power Horizons' work today, including our ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Don't miss the opportunity to have an additional gift made in your name!


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This information is not intended as legal, accounting, or other professional advice. For assistance in charitable giving, always engage the services of a qualified professional.