Planned Giving: Legacy Society
What is Planned Giving?
A planned gift is a contribution that is arranged in the present and allocated at a future date. Commonly donated through a will or trust, planned gifts are most often granted once the donor has passed away.
“By leaving a bequest to the chapter, we did our part in ensuring that the services that we were able to take advantage of remained a stable part of The ALS Association’s mission.”
-Teri & Steve (1948 - 2010) Sall, Legacy Society
What is the ALS Legacy Society?
The ALS Legacy Society is a community of donors who have made the powerful decision to do even more than give each year. These motivated and impactful individuals have committed to including the ALS Association in their will, estate plan, annuities, IRA , trust or life insurance.
Join today to build your own legacy of hope for future generations of people with ALS and their families. Your gift will support research for treatments and continued comprehensive care services.
How Do I Join the Legacy Society?
Simply start by sharing your giving plans with us.
With your permission, your family’s name will then be added to our Legacy Society in perpetuity.
Support from members of our Legacy Society has expanded our services to help people living with ALS in our local community and has funded important ALS research projects to find new treatments and a cure for ALS. Your Legacy gift will help fulfill our shared vision to create a world without ALS.
ALS Association Oregon and SW Washington Chapter
|Candace Kramer and Drew Prell|
|Debi and Randy Kyte*|
|Louis and Jocelyn Libby|
|James and Barbara Lobdell|
|Doug and Claudia McClure|
|Leo and Dottie Mellon|
|Anne Moffett and Gordon Wright|
|Ralph and Susan Nicholson|
|Teri and Steve* Sall|
|John and Barbara Seibert|
|Sharla Settlemier and David Cory|
|Corliss Sherry – My heart, my love, Clayton L. Sherry|