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There are a number of ways you can make a bequest to the Public Concern Foundation.
Specific Bequest. A specific bequest involves making a gift of a specific asset, such as a gift for a specific dollar amount, a car, real estate or other property.
Percentage Bequest. Another kind of specific bequest involves leaving a specific percentage of your overall estate to charity.
Residual Bequest. A residual bequest is made from the balance of an estate after the will or trust has distributed each of the specific bequests. A common residual bequest involves leaving a percentage of the residue of the estate to charity.
Contingent Bequest. A contingent bequest is made to charity only if the purpose of the primary bequest cannot be met. For example, you could leave specific property, such as a vacation home, to a relative, but the bequest language could provide that if the relative is not alive at the time of your death, the vacation home will go to the Public Concern Foundation.
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