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Please consider including SAFE Haven for Cats in your will or other estate plans. You can guarantee stray and abandoned cats and kittens can be helped, whenever they are in need while considering your needs and tax-planning strategies. We would be glad to discuss any planned giving option with you – in confidence and without obligation.
Questions? For more information please call Pam Miller at (919) 582-7834 or email us at Pam@safehavenforcats.org
Here is the basic information you need to talk to your estate planning professional:
SAFE Haven for Cats
8431-137 Garvey Drive
Raleigh, NC 27616
Tax ID# 56-1916620
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation
You may designate SAFE Haven for Cats in your will, living trust or other estate plans in any of the following ways:
- Name SAFE Haven for Cats as the beneficiary of a specific amount or percentage of your estate/trust.
- Name SAFE Haven as the beneficiary of your retirement account (or a portion of it). This can include an IRA, 401(k), 403(b), Keogh Plan, or other qualified retirement plan.
- Life Insurance – name SAFE Haven for Cats as the primary or secondary beneficiary.
- Stocks or bank accounts – name SAFE Haven for Cats as the direct charity to “transfer upon death”.
Please let us know if you have included SAFE Haven for Cats in your estate plans so we may thank you and recognize you as a member of the SAFE Haven Legacy Society. The Society celebrates members who have included SAFE Haven for Cats in their Estate Plans.
Bonnie C. Andrews
Peter Emil Campbell *
Clyde M. and Eunice I. Crider
Sidney and Carla Dalis
Leah L. Dey
Michael & Joy Ferrell
Kay M. Flynn *
Trisha L. Hasch
John and Nancy Lambert
Jan Maher *
Eileen McGrath and Thomas Tiemann
Pat and Jim McLaughlin
Jill M. Odom
Christine and David Sabio
Mark and Katie Selph
Irena and James Smith
Deanna Springall and Sally Wilging
Ron and Ana Tuckman
Lisa & Dave Loiselle
Annick de Framond
10 Anonymous Donors