Our goal is to continually encourage the men and women who are abroad fighting for our great nation. Our hope is to inspire hope, strength and courage while they are separated from loved ones, families,…
LEAVE A BEQUEST
Anyone, at any age, can arrange to make a bequest, by adding a provision in your Estate Plan to leave a gift to “Forgotten Soldiers Outreach, Inc. (‘FSO’)”. Through this generous donation, you will be assisting FSO with the mission that began in October of 2003 of sending monthly “we care” packages to our troops serving overseas, covering all world theaters.
Through your Estate Plan, you can specify that some or all of your assets benefit “Forgotten Soldiers Outreach, Inc.”. The asset(s) you specify will past to FSO, Inc. and your estate could take a charitable deduction for the amount of your bequest.
There are many ways to leave a bequest to “Forgotten Soldiers Outreach, Inc.” If you already have a Plan, you can simply add a codicil specifying a gift of one of the following:
The following language can be used to provide “Forgotten Soldiers Outreach, Inc.”, in your “WILL”:
“I hereby bequeath _________ to Forgotten Soldiers Outreach, Inc, a non-profit organization incorporated by the laws of the State of Florida and having it’s principal office at 3550 23rd Avenue South, Suite 7, Lake Worth, Florida 33461.”
Please inform us if you have made arrangements to include FSO, Inc. in your Estate Plan. We greatly appreciate your thoughtful and generous donation.
For more information on making a gift of Bequests, please contact “Forgotten Soldiers Outreach, Inc.”, legal Counsel, C. Annelies Mouring, Esquire at at 561-967-4012 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Any consideration you can make to “Forgotten Soldiers Outreach, Inc.” would be greatly appreciated.
**DISCLAIMER: Please consult with a professional prior to any Estate Planning**
Any estate plan should include advice from your Attorney. FSO, Inc. are not licensed professionals and cannot give legal advice. This is not legal advice nor should not be construed as such.
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