How to Make Your Biggest Impact Yet in 25 Minutes

By Jazmin Marshall, Treehouse Senior Relationship Development Officer

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Your New Year’s resolution may have fallen by the wayside already, but there’s still an easy way to make a resolution you can keep. Writing your will is one of the biggest ways to show your love for the people and causes you care about—and alleviate enormous future stress.

Plus, you can create your will when you’re as young as 21. There’s no good reason to put it off.

Treehouse has partnered with FreeWill to make it both easy and free for you to make or update your will. If you don’t have one, there are some big reasons to write yours now:

  1. It allows for peace of mind, knowing that your wishes will be carried out in the future.
  2. If you have children or pets, it allows you to designate their guardians.
  3. It allows you to leave a legacy that supports the people and causes most important to you.

Many of our supporters choose to include Treehouse in their wills as a way to have extraordinary impact on the lives of children in foster care for decades to come. Leaving a gift to Treehouse in your will is an incredibly generous way to continue your support for the programs that give kids in foster care a chance at the future they want.

You can make your will today at FreeWill.com/Treehouse. It’s 100-percent free to you whether you choose to leave a gift to Treehouse or not, and we’re thrilled to be able to help you plan for your future either way.

If you have questions about planned giving or already intend to include Treehouse as part of your legacy, we would love to hear from you. Contact me at jazmin@treehouseforkids.org or 206.267.5121.

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About the Author

Jazmin Marshall is a Senior Relationship Development Officer at Treehouse and manages the Fostering Futures Society, Treehouse’s legacy giving circle. She is passionate about building relationships in order to affect change and cultivate a culture of philanthropy.

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