Leave A Gift in Your Will

Leave a Legacy for Future Generations of Pancreatitis Patients

With just a few words, you can make a huge difference in Mission: Cure’s work and create an impact that lasts beyond your lifetime. Here are some easy ways to dedicate a legacy to our mission and help improve the quality of life for future generations of pancreatitis patients – all at no cost to you. Contact our Development Team at development@mission-cure.org anytime to explore options.

Ways to Leave A Legacy

Include Us in Your Will or Living Trust

Add as little as one sentence (often referred to as “bequest language”) saying you want to support Mission: Cure. With the help of your estate planning attorney or a will-planning website, you can give a specific amount of cash or securities, a piece of property, or a percentage of your estate after taking care of your heirs. The amount can be defined as a:

  • Dollar amount or percentage of your estate or trust;
  • Specific asset, such as a home, rental property, share(s) of stock, or portion of an investment portfolio; or
  • Remainder of your estate after all other beneficiaries have received their

Below is some language that you can use to include Mission: Cure in your long-term estate planning. We always suggest that you talk to your CPA, estate attorney, or wealth advisor when making important decisions like these.

I give and bequeath to Mission: Cure (www.mission-cure.org) the sum of _____ [written amount] dollars ($__________)[numeric amount] as an unrestricted gift, to be used at the sole discretion of Mission: Cure.

I give and bequeath to Mission: Cure (www.mission-cure.org) the property known as _____ [address], parcel number _____ [from deed or tax records] as an unrestricted gift to be used, or sold and proceeds used, at the sole discretion of Mission: Cure.

I give and bequeath to Mission: Cure (www.mission-cure.org) _____ [written amount] percent (_____%) [numeric amount] after all other beneficiaries have received their inheritance from my estate.

Name Mission: Cure as a Beneficiary of Your IRA, Retirement Account, Life Insurance Policy, or Annuity

Contact your retirement plan administrator, insurance company, bank or financial institution for a Change of Beneficiary form. (It may be on their website.) Complete and sign the form, listing the percentage or dollar amount you would like Mission: Cure to receive.

Please let us thank you!

We would be happy to work with you on making a long-lasting impact through your estate plans. Please contact our Development Team at development@mission-cure.org anytime to explore options or share your intentions.

We thank you for your trust and investment in Mission: Cure’s collaborative, focused approach to effective treatments and, ultimately, cures for debilitating diseases like pancreatitis.

Why Leave A Legacy?

More Ways To Donate

Give with an Online Donation

Donate by Check (Mail)

Fundraise for Mission: Cure

Give Through A DAF

Transfer Shares of Stock

Donate Cryptocurrency

Become A Sponsor/Partner

All Ways to Donate

Frequently Asked Questions

If done during your lifetime, legacy gifts may result in an income tax deduction (depending upon your income).

Mission: Cure is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and your gift is tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by U.S. law. No goods or services were provided in exchange for this contribution.

Our federal tax identification number is 84-3043384.

Yes, you can change your mind about legacy gifts. You can alter your will, trust, or beneficiary designations at any time.

By reviewing your assets and beneficiaries every few years, you ensure that your beneficiary designations are always up to date, and gifts are going to the people and causes you hold dear.

Our organization runs virtually.

Please email Megan Golden at mgolden@mission-cure.org if you have any questions about donations. You can also reach a member of our team by phone at (401) 375-2873.

A copy of our latest annual report may be obtained, upon request, either from our organization or the NYS Attorney General’s Charities Bureau, 28 Liberty St, New York, NY 10005

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