What legacy would you like to leave the world?
We invite you to include the Historic Preservation Alliance of Colorado Springs in your estate planning provisions so your cherished values live on. A gift of legacy, in any size, to the Historic Preservation Alliance of Colorado Springs, helps preserve, protect and promote the irreplaceable historic places and spaces of our region for generations to come. Your legacy gift will make an enormous positive difference in the long-term health of our organization.
Did you know that common types of legacy gifts include a bequest in a will or trust, beneficiary designations in a retirement fund or life insurance policy, or outright gift of life insurance cash value, perhaps for a policy that is no longer needed?
Please feel free to let us know if you have named the HPA in your legacy plans so we can acknowledge your thoughtfulness and belief in the mission of our organization. For more information, please contact Roxanne Eflin, HPA Board President, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (207) 229-9465.
The following is sample language for an Unrestricted Expendable Bequest to the Historic Preservation Alliance of Colorado Springs:
I give ______________ to the Historic Preservation Alliance of Colorado Springs, a Colorado 501(c)3 nonprofit organization (Federal EIN number 84-1582319), located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, or its successor thereto, for any reason or purpose whatsoever, as determined by said nonprofit organization.
If unforeseen circumstances arise in the future making the purpose for which this gift was envisioned illegal, impracticable or impossible to fulfill, the Historic Preservation Alliance of Colorado Springs’ Board of Directors shall determine an alternate distribution which shall be as nearly aligned with the original intent of my gift as good conscience and need dictate. In the further event that the Historic Preservation Alliance of Colorado Springs ceases to exist, the gift shall be transferred to another charitable entity or organization whose mission is consistent with my original intentions for the gift established herein, as described above.