Leave A Legacy
Including the Tahoma Audubon Society in your estate plans allows you to ensure that your care and support for birds and nature will continue beyond your own lifetime. It helps provide a stable financial future for our organization, and provides continued conservation and education efforts in our community.
You Have Options
There are many ways your estate plans can help the Tahoma Audubon Society and protect birds and habitats for future generations. You can make a simple bequest, establish a charitable reminder trust or gift annuity, or name the organization as beneficiary of your IRA, retirement plan, or insurance policy.
Consult With Your Estate Planner
We encourage you to consult with an estate planner or financial advisor to determine the plan that is most beneficial to your circumstances.
Make a gift in three easy steps! Not everyone wants to commit to making a gift in their wills or estates. Some prefer the increased flexibility that a beneficiary designation provides by using:
IRAs and retirement plans
Life insurance policies
It only takes three simple steps to make this type of gift. Here’s how to name Tahoma Audubon Society as a beneficiary:
Contact your retirement plan administrator, insurance company, bank, or financial institution for a change-of-beneficiary form.
Decide what percentage (1 to 100) you would like us to receive and name us, along with the percentage you choose, on the beneficiary form.
Return the completed form to your plan administrator, insurance company, bank or financial institution
What You Need to Know
If you decide to include the Tahoma Audubon Society in your estate plans, you will need the following information:
Legal Name: Tahoma Audubon Society
Legal Address: 2719 Morrison Road, University Place, WA 98466
Federal Tax ID: 23-7450873
Type of Organization: 501(c)(3) nonprofit
If you’re interested in naming the Tahoma Audubon Society in your will or estate plans, please contact our Development Staff by emailing email@example.com It’s a wonderful way to ensure your compassion for birds and nature will continue long past your lifetime.