Make CO-OP the beneficiary of your pension plan or IRA.

Avoid possible income and estate taxes after your death, or that of your beneficiary.  You can also name
CO-OP as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy.

Prepare a will.

Less than 50% of people have a will. Without one, you lose control over what happens to your assets at
your passing.  
Leave a gift in your will for CO-OP.

Give various assets in place of a cash donation.

Gifts such as stocks, bonds, real estate, art and jewelry are of considerable value to organizations such as
CO-OP and may provide tax savings for you now.

Remember loved ones with memorial gifts.

Through naming opportunities or by simply making a donation in the name of a loved one, you
benefit from the tax break and you give to a loved one or to their memory in a unique way.
a wonderful way to remember someone!

Get others involved.

Ask your financial advisor or attorney to encourage other clients to give to CO-OP through client
Imagine the positive impact on your community if everyone made a donation to your
favorite charity or a charity of their choice!

Pass it on!

Encourage family members and friends to "Leave a Legacy" to CO-OP through Planned Giving.

For more information on how you can "Leave a Legacy" to CO-OP, please call Sharma Henderson
or Julie In at (310) 649-1016 or send us an
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