Become a Lift UP Legacy Society Member
The easiest and most common way to make an investment in the future of Lift UP is through a bequest in your will or trust. You can designate a specific amount of money, a percentage of your estate, or a specific asset. You can also make Lift UP the beneficiary of an IRA or a life-insurance policy. There are many ways to share your estate. An attorney who specializes in estate planning can guide you through the process. When you notify us that you have included Lift UP in your will or estate plan, you will be invited to become a recognized member of the Legacy Society. (You may, of course, choose to remain anonymous.)
Benefits of Making a Legacy Gift
How will your Legacy Gift be used?
Legacy Society Stories
Like a lot of older people, I have a limited income. Though I regularly donate to several charities, including Lift UP, I have to balance philanthropy with my current and projected needs. However, at some point I will have no further needs of my own, I have no children to provide for, and my siblings are financially secure. Because I know how much good Lift UP will continue to do in the future, including it in my will was an easy decision.
As a founder of this organization, it is important to me that it continues its mission of improving lives with innovative programs that address community needs as they arise. My family joins me in donating to Lift UP and supports my decision to include it in my estate plan.