Planned Giving

March 13, 2013

Fostering Futures Society

The Treehouse Fostering Futures Society is a special group that honors and recognizes donors who have included Treehouse as a beneficiary of their estate plans. In appreciation of your generosity and desire to ensure the future of Treehouse, we are pleased to honor members of this group by providing:

  • Recognition in one issue per year of The Ladder, the Treehouse quarterly newsletter
  • Invitations to attend events to learn more about foster care

For more information about planned giving and becoming a member of the Fostering Futures Society, please contact Jazmin Marshall at jazmin@treehouseforkids.org or 206.267.5121.

Ways you can invest and foster the futures of
youth in foster care…

Bequests

A financial or physical gift from your estate disbursed via will or trust to Treehouse.

Individual Retirement Account

A financial gift from your retirement account by designating Treehouse as a beneficiary.

Life Insurance

A transfer of ownership of your life insurance policy or gift of a death benefit to Treehouse.

Trusts

An income stream for you for life or a fixed time period and a gift of the remainder to Treehouse.

Thank you for your transformational gift. Your legacy will be our community’s bright future.


 

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