Pet Love Lives on in Wills, Estates
For 100 years, the Tulsa SPCA has provided a safe haven for abandoned, abused or neglected animals. Your beloved family pets—perhaps some you adopted from us— have provided years of love and companionship and enriched your life immeasurably. If you would like to help us continue to serve animals over the next 100 years, please consider leaving a legacy through a charitable bequest in your will or living trust. You can honor your pets and help ensure that the Tulsa SPCA maintains its mission to rescue, rehabilitate and provide shelter to companion animals in need.
These planned gifts provide the resources to create extraordinary opportunities to ensure the future of charitable organizations like ours. Additionally, a well-planned estate helps gives you peace of mind and ensures that those you wish to honor are provided for. This thoughtful act, which has little or no current financial impact on you, may result in the largest and most significant one-time gift you ever make to the Tulsa SPCA.
Taxes and financial consequences can become complicated during estate planning, so it’s a good idea to understand the benefits of designating assets to a non-profit, charitable organization. We have been selected to participate in the Tulsa Community Foundation (TCF) Planned Giving Partnership in 2013.
Through this special TCF program we will have free educational and reduced-cost services.
For more information, you can request a free brochure by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org (please make the subject line “Planned Giving”).