Planned Giving

Wolf Hollow Legacy Circle

A wonderful way to protect wildlife and nature is to make an estate gift to Wolf Hollow through your will or another form of planned giving.

Planned giving allows you to make arrangements to have Wolf Hollow, and the wildlife we care for, benefit from some of your assets, now or in the future while maximizing financial and tax benefits to you and your family.

One of the most direct ways to plan for helping wildlife is to make a bequest in your will. There are many options for this kind of support, including a specific bequest of money or assets, designate a percentage of the total value of the estate, or designate a residual bequest that directs Wolf Hollow to receive the remainder of the estate after expenses and other bequests have been made.

Another way to would be to consider naming Wolf Hollow as the beneficiary on a life insurance policy that is not needed to provide for dependents.

You can also name Wolf Hollow as beneficiary on IRAs or other qualified retirement plans as well as on Certificates of Deposit (CD).

You can also give your personal residence to Wolf Hollow while specifying that you or whomever you choose can continue using the property for life. This can result in a sizable tax deduction.

Please consult with your attorney or estate planning professional before deciding on what type to make to Wolf Hollow.

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