Establish a Legacy of Caring
Will or Estate Plan Contribution
A bequest through your will or estate plan leaves a legacy of caring for the animals and people we serve. A Helen Kīnaʻu Wilder Legacy Society gift can include sponsorship of park benches, stepping stones and places around the shelter and in our gardens. Need language for your will or trust? View our drafted sample language to include the Hawaiian Humane Society in a will or trust.
Need an attorney? We prepared a list of 8 attorneys for your review to help you get started in selecting an attorney with estate-planning experience. View our Attorney List. Most of these attorneys will speak to you for free for at least 30 minutes. Be sure to inquire if this option is offered.
Life Insurance Policy Beneficiary
Gifts of a life insurance policy or proceeds of a policy that are no longer needed to protect a loved one can also be an excellent way to give. You may be able to use life insurance to “replace” assets you donate to charity, allowing you to provide for your loved ones and your charitable interests.
Charitable Remainder Trust
A gift that provides you with immediate tax savings along with generous lifetime payments, such as a charitable remainder trust, can be another way to give while maintaining or enhancing financial security.
For additional resources or for any questions you may have, please call 808-356-2252 or email Giving@HawaiianHumane.org.
Sample language to include the Hawaiian Humane Society in a will or trust.
To receive information on any of these opportunities, call 808-356-2252 or email Giving@HawaiianHumane.org.
Hawaiian Humane Society IRS non-profit designation number: 99-0073490
Fun fact: The IRS recognized the Hawaiian Humane Society as a non-profit in August 1943.
For additional information or for questions you may have, please call 808-356-2252 or email Giving@HawaiianHumane.org.