Last Chance Rescue
Planned Giving creates a legacy for you while helping animals for years to come.
You can make a general bequest to Last Chance Rescue in your will. You may designate Last Chance Rescue, Inc. as a direct beneficiary or you may chose to list Last Chance Rescue as a contingent beneficiary in the event that your original beneficiary does not survive you. You may bequest all or a portion of your estate to the rescue. Your attorney can help you best determine how to help the animals of San Patricio County through your will.
You may make donations to Last Chance Rescue- now or through bequests in your will. The Last Chance Rescue Endowment Fund provides funding for the general operating expenses of the rescue. This includes veterinary bills and more.
You may place Last Chance Rescue, Inc. as a named beneficiary (or co-beneficiary) for a life insurance policy. This donation helps the work of Last Chance Rescue, Inc. continue for many years.
Last Chance Rescue accepts donations of personal property. Large items which cannot easily be shipped (such as farm equipment and vehicles) must be local (within 60 miles) so that we can arrange affordable transportation to our location. However smaller items that may be insured and shipped such as jewelry, art work, antiques or collectibles may be sent from almost anywhere.
Last Chance Rescue, Inc. may accept donations of real estate. The real estate must be free of liens and saleable. We cannot accept real estate donations if the use is restricted without prior arrangements and approval by Last Chance Rescue, Inc.
Stocks and Bonds
You may also donate stocks of publicly traded securities or Federal, State, municipal and corporate bonds to Last Chance Rescue. Your tax accountant can aid you in deciding which stocks and bonds to transfer to Last Chance Rescue, Inc. and when.
Your gifts to Last Chance Rescue, Inc. help us help those who cannot help themselves.