Do the Most Good Possible with Your Bequest
One of the best ways that you can leave a legacy of compassion and create effective change for years to come is to leave a gift for animals in your will or living trust. Your gift to or through Animal Charity Evaluators (ACE) will be used to reduce as much suffering as possible, as effectively as possible, at the time it is received.
Leave a Legacy Gift to Animal Charity Evaluators
You value our research and efforts to promote effectiveness in the animal welfare movement, and you want to see this work continue well into the future. By leaving a legacy gift for ACE, you will ensure that the pursuit of effective methods in animal advocacy will continue, and that your gift will have a wide-reaching impact by influencing others to support effective animal charities.
Leave a Legacy Gift to Effective Animal Charities
If you want your legacy gift to help as many animals as possible, but are unsure of which specific organizations to designate in your will or living trust, you may want to consider leaving your gift to ACE’s Effective Animal Advocacy Fund. Donations to this fund will be distributed to Top Charities, Standout Charities, ACE, and/or other promising charities or programs that our research shows will do the most possible good at the time of distribution.
Leave a Legacy Gift to Our Top and Standout Charities
You value ACE’s annual charity recommendations, and want to support these effective charities with a legacy gift, but know that our recommendations may be different when your bequest is realized. By leaving your bequest to ACE’s Recommended Charity Fund, your legacy gift will be distributed to the Top and Standout Charities that are recommended at the time your gift is received and according to their funding needs.
To discuss leaving a personalized legacy gift with ACE, please contact ACE’s Director of Philanthropy Kalista Barter, or submit your name and preferred contact information here. We will be in touch with you shortly.
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