Thank you for considering SNAP in your legacy planning. We know that planning for the future of your estate is not something to take lightly. That’s why we want to help you pair your passion with an avenue to strengthen Spokane’s neighborhoods for years to come.
Read about what sets SNAP apart as an investment in the future of your community.
Planned Giving Stories
Learn why four neighbors have planned to give part of their legacy to SNAP.
Contact SNAP’s Legacy Manager, Mariah McConnaughey, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 509-319-3012
A bequest is a gift from your estate—a transfer of cash, securities, or other property made through your estate plans. You can make a bequest to SNAP by including language in your will or living trust leaving a portion of your estate to SNAP, or by designating SNAP as a beneficiary of your retirement account or life insurance policy.
Remembering SNAP with a bequest from your estate will help sustain and strengthen the SNAP’s impact on the community in years to come. Some of the advantages of creating a bequest include:
- A bequest costs nothing now, yet gives you the satisfaction of knowing you have provided for SNAP in the future
- You retain control of and use of your assets during your lifetime
- You may modify your bequest if your circumstances change
- Gifts to SNAP from your estate are exempt from federal estate taxes
- If you let SNAP know of your plans, we will be able to thank you now and recognize your generosity
How to Make Your Wishes Known:
Would you like specific language on what to include to make your wishes known? SNAP offers information on language to include for a variety of legacy planning options.
Contact SNAP’s Communications Manager, Mariah McConnaughey, at email@example.com, or 509-319-3012