Future Strides Legacy Honor Roll
When you name Little Bit in your estate plans, your foresight helps ensure that an organization you believe in will benefit from your planning. Estate and other planned gifts sustain Little Bit for years to come, and insure Little Bit continues changing lives...one stride at a time.
If you wish to include Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center in your estate plans, we should be named as:
Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center, a nonprofit corporation, organized and existing under the laws of the State of Washington, with principal business address of 18675 NE. 106th ST. Redmond, WA 98052
Our tax identification number is: 91-1012131
At Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center, all unrestricted charitable gifts are used strategically to support life-changing opportunities to riders and patients with disabilities. If you have a more specific purpose in mind, please contact Development Director Mary Gleason at (425) 882-1554 to ensure we can meet your wishes. You may also make Little Bit a full or partial beneficiary of an insurance policy or other investment. This is easy to do and does not require any special assistance. Your support will allow us to continue changing lives...one stride at a time.
Click here to view our legal designation language in a printable format.
If you have included Little Bit in your estate plans, let us know so we can recognize you as a member of the Future Strides Legacy Honor Roll.
A Lasting Gift to Little Bit
There are several types of bequests that allow you to designate how your estate will be distributed.
You describe exactly what you want to leave to a specific individual or organization and the designated source. If you want to leave a specific dollar amount from a specific source or a particular item (such as an antique or collector's item), this is the type of bequest that you would use.
Example: Susan states in her will: "I leave my diamond ring to my daughter, Michelle. I also leave my securities to Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center."
This type of bequest does not specify the source from which it should be paid. This gives your executor the flexibility to honor the bequest from any available source.
Example: Susan states in her will: "I leave $50,000 to my grandson, Andrew."
This type of bequest is honored after all other bequests have been made, and all debts, expenses and taxes have been paid.
Example: Susan states in her will: "I give all the rest, residue and remainder of my real and personal estate to Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center."
This type of bequest is fulfilled if certain conditions are met. For instance, if your primary beneficiary does not survive you, you can indicate your next choice through a contingent designation.
Example: Susan states in her will: "I give all the rest, residue and remainder of my real and personal estate to my husband, James, if he survives me; if not, then 50 percent in equal shares to my children who survive me and 50 percent to Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center."
GIFTS OF REAL OR TANGIBLE PROPERTY:
Little Bit does not accept gifts of real or tangible property except by vote of the Board of Directors and in accordance with identified and imminent organizational needs. If you wish to leave real or tangible property in your estate plans, please contact the Development Director to ensure we can accommodate your wishes.
Share Your Bequest with Little Bit
A bequest to Little Bit helps ensure that we can continue to provide vital services to our riders and patients. If you have included Little Bit in your estate plans, or would like more information about naming us as a beneficiary of a will, trust or financial account, please contact Development Director Mary Gleason at (425) 883-1554 or email@example.com.