Designating SAA as a beneficiary in your will is the simplest way to create a legacy gift to SAA without affecting your current financial situation. After providing for your family, you can remember SAA in your will for a specific dollar amount or a percentage of your estate. Estate tax savings may be significant.
“I hereby give to the Spondylitis Association of America, a not-for-profit corporation, with its principal office currently located in Los Angeles, California tax I.D. number 95-3890767, to be used for its general purposes:
* The sum of $___________ [amount] AND/OR
* The following desribed property: __________________[description] AND/OR
* _____% [percent] of the residue of my estate.”