In Loving Memory
Many of our donations are made through Wills in memory of a loved one, and for the special care they received while at our Hospice.
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If you are preparing a Will for the first time, or making major changes to your current Will, please discuss your intentions to include Cumberland County Hospice in your Will with your lawyer.
If you wish to make a change in your current Will, ask your lawyer to prepare a codicil. A codicil is a notation that keeps your existing Will intact and alters or adds items that you wish to change.
1. Sample wording for a legacy gift without restrictions: “I bequeath to Cumberland County Hospice ____________ (state share or percentage of estate or specific amount).”
2. Sample wording for a legacy gift to projects: “I give Cumberland County Hospice __________________ (state share or percentage of estate or specific amount). I direct this money be used to support a priority project at the time my bequest is realized.”
3. Sample wording for a legacy gift to benefit Cumberland County Hospice in perpetuity: “I give Cumberland County Hospice _________________ (state share or percentage of estate or specific amount). I direct this money to be invested and the income generated used to benefit a project.” (Note: A gift of $25,000 or more can be set up as a permanent named fund in memory of the donor.)[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]