Our values can live on …
So many of us have devoted our time and financial resources to saving and improving the lives of animals.
The positive effects we have had in the world can continue even after we are gone.
Estate planning is the most effective way to advance the things that are important to us in this world. Considering a bequest to the Regional Animal Protection Society can make a world of difference.
Whether by loving and caring for companion animals or supporting animal care and advocacy groups like RAPS, we have dedicated our lives to making the world a better place for animals. That doesn’t have to end.
It’s simple. Click here to learn how adding a paragraph to your will can make a lasting difference in the lives of animals.
Death and taxes: Two things that are entirely unavoidable.
The old saying is no less true today. We can’t avoid the inevitable.
There are, however, ways to make the inevitable work for you!
We have animal-loving lawyers and tax, financial and estate planners who volunteer with RAPS to advise you on how to maximize the tax benefits of charitable giving. You can even save on taxes this year by pledging a gift that will be realized much later, when you pass.
There are many ways to do good for animals and do good for your own financial position today. To speak with one of our professional advisors – at no cost or obligation – contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take 2 minutes to watch this quick video on how you can make a huge impact with a simple addition to your will.
“For more than a quarter-century, RAPS has been caring for animals in British Columbia. We are able to keep our no-kill promise only because we have the support of people who share our commitment to the well-being of all creatures. Among the most impactful gifts we have ever received are gifts that people have left in their wills. So much of what we have accomplished – the thousands of animals whose lives we have saved and improved – have been made possible by a simple addition in a last will and testament. People tell me they choose to make a bequest to RAPS because it is a way to continue the things they cared about throughout their lives. That means so much to them – and it means so much to the animals.”
“We see too many sad cases where a person passes away and there is no plan in place for caring for their animal companions. Planning ahead makes good sense for anyone – of any age – with an animal. And it should bring peace of mind to know that a beloved friend will not be abandoned.”