PLANNED GIVING

By including Last Chance for Animals in your will or living trust, you can help build a kinder, everlasting future for animals after your passing. 

Wills

By including Last Chance for Animals in your will, you can memorialize a lifetime of compassion and guarantee that your voice for animals will carry on.

You can give your gift by naming Last Chance for Animals beneficiary of:

Your attorney may wish to use the following language when making a bequest to Last Chance for Animals:

"I give, devise, and bequeath to Last Chance for Animals, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with federal tax identification number 95-4013155, located at 8033 Sunset Blvd, Suite 865, Los Angeles, CA 90046, the sum of $                (or describe the real or personal property or portion of the estate) to be used for its general purposes."

Please consult your attorney or professional advisor to ensure that your plans are in compliance with all applicable laws.

Living Trust

Naming Last Chance for Animals a trustee of your living trust ensures your generous legacy for the most abused and neglected animals. Unlike a will, a living trust takes effect immediately upon your passing and is also revocable.

In order to name Last Chance for Animals a trustee, you must transfer ownership of specified assets from your name to Last Chance for Animals. You will continue to enjoy use of all your assets while knowing that they will one day support a lifesaving cause. When filling out the requisite documents with your legal authority or attorney, please use this information:

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