Planned Giving

It's an investment in the future.

By remembering the SPD Foundation in your estate plans, you can leave a wonderful gift to children with Sensory Processing Disorder. And because the SPD Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable organization, such a bequest can help to reduce taxes that might be owed by your estate.

You may give assets such as mutual funds, charitable remainder trusts, real estate, life insurance, or a donor-advised fund. It is advisable to consult with your financial or tax advisor, estate planner, and/or your lawyer to determine ways that you can support the causes you care about.

To make a specific bequest (usually a cash distribution), you may use the following language in your will:

"I give, devise, and bequeath to the Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation, dba the SPD Foundation, 5420 S. Quebec Street, Suite 135 Greenwood Village, CO 80111, the sum of $ [insert amount] to be used for its general purposes." (This is suggested language only. Please confirm the wording with your estate planner.)

If you need assistance, contact us by email or phone, and we will refer you to our estate planning attorney.

For more information or assistance with other ways you can remember the Foundation in your estate planning, please contact the SPD Foundation at (303) 794-1182 or info@SPDFoundation.net.

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