Leaving a legacy to Schlarman Foundation through a gift is knowing that you are doing something for those who come after you. It is a good feeling to know that the values you espouse are values you want to see perpetuated in the future. You may have thought about including Schlarman Foundation in your estate because it is an important part of your life and community. Although you can carry out this good intention in many ways, the easiest method is through a bequest in your will.
Here are three types of bequests:
A specific bequest leaves the recipient a specified amount of money or an identified item, such as a vacation home.
A residuary bequest disposes of all or a portion of assets remaining after everything specified in your estate has been distributed.
A contingent bequest designates that a beneficiary receives all or some of your estate dependent upon a specific condition.
There are several areas of support to Schlarman Foundation. Submitting the form listed on the right side of this page will provide you with the necessary information to make your best decision.