You can support the work of Little Tokyo Service Center with a gift in your will or estate plan. A planned gift is a contribution that is arranged in the present and distributed at a future date.
Another way to contribute to Little Tokyo Service Center without giving up any assets today is through planned giving. A planned gift is a contribution that is arranged in the present and distributed at a future date. Planned gifts are most commonly donated through a will or trust and are most often granted once the donor passes away.
The most common planned gift is to make a bequest by naming Little Tokyo Service Center in your will, for example:
I hereby give $XXX dollars to Little Tokyo Service Center, a nonprofit organization located at 231 E. 3rd St. Ste. G106 Los Angeles, CA 90013, Federal Tax ID #95-4444102, for Little Tokyo Service Center’s general use and purpose.
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After your bequest, you will become a member of our Legacy Partners, a dedicated group of donors who have named Little Tokyo Service Center in their will or estate plan. You will receive invitations to special Legacy Partners events and your name will be listed in our annual report.
Since Little Tokyo Service Center will receive your gift at a future time, please let us know your plans now so that we may honor your gift today.
Attend one of our upcoming workshops to learn more:
- Everything You Wanted To Know About Estate Planning But Were Afraid To Ask (RSVP)
- Financial Planning for Younger Families (RSVP)
For information about Legacy Partners or estate planning, please call Julie at 213-473-3027.