Ways To Donate
The YWCA of Rochester and Monroe County needs your help to continue the vital work of eliminating racism and empowering women in our community.
• Your annual gifts make such a difference to the YWCA, have you considered leaving a planned gift to the YWCA?
• Would you consider including the YWCA in your estate plans?
• After you’ve taken care of your family, would you consider leaving the YWCA in your will?
• Are we already in your estate plans?
WAYS TO GIVE
Retirement Plan/Life Insurance policies
Use the present to invest in the YWCA’s future.
Did you realize that you can make a gift to the YWCA by assigning the YWCA as a beneficiary to your life insurance policy or retirement fund?
Tomorrow’s results are created by today’s dreamers. Many people dream of a way to help the YWCA grow in the future. Some find that a good way to accomplish that is to designate the YWCA as the beneficiary of all or part of your retirement plan or life insurance policy.
Have you considered leaving a gift to the YWCA in your will?
Your support of the YWCA could be as easy as a simple designation in your will. You may want to include a gift of money, stock or property to the YWCA. Your gift will be a lasting tribute to your commitment to Eliminating Racism, Empowering Women, while guaranteeing the YWCA’s long-term future. It won’t affect your cash flow during your lifetime and can be revoked or amended if your situation changes.
Legal Name: Young Women’s Christian Association of Rochester and Monroe County
Tax ID: 16-0743248
For further information on how to include the YWCA in your charitable giving plans, please contact Carrie Michel-Wynne at 585.368.2294.
The information provided here does not constitute legal or financial advice and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional counsel. The YWCA of Rochester and Monroe County encourages you to consult professional legal, estate planning, and financial advice before deciding on a course of action.