Would you like to continue making a difference for the world's children - even after your lifetime? A charitable bequest is one of the easiest and most flexible ways to leave a legacy of hope for future generations
Your Bequest Options
Add Kikwiyakare Global Initiative to documents you already have in place, or plan to put in place.
Include a bequest to Children Global Initiative in your Will or Revocable Trust
Designate Children Global Initiative as a beneficiary of your Retirement Assets - IRA, 401(k), 403(b) or pension.
Name Children Global Initiative as a beneficiary of your Life Insurance policy.
Designate Children Global Initiative as a beneficiary of a Bank account-(s).
Choose the type of bequest that best meets your needs and goal for loved ones and causes close to your heart:
Give a particular dollar amount of a specific asset.
Leave the balance of residue of your estate after other distributions are made and expenses are covered.
Give a percentage of your estate.
How Do You Make a Bequest?
Will or trust:
Work with your lawyer to add language to include a bequest to Children Global Initiative. Depending on your situation, it may be as easy as adding a simple codicil to your current plan.
Retirement Assets, Life Insurance or Bank Accounts:
Simply contact your life insurance provider, retirement plan adminstrator, and / or bank or financial institution to fill out and file the appropriate beneficiary designation form(s) or payable on death (POD) form(s).
Click here to view the sample bequest language. The page also includes:
Children Global’s legal name and Tax ID number to include in your paperwork and / or provide to your lawyer.
Information regarding tax consequences of leaving certain types of assets to loved ones.