Planned giving includes gifts made through bequests in a will, trust or other contributions made through your estate or long range plans. By creating an estate plan that includes Goodwill of Orange County, you can help empower people to achieve independence through the power of work. We are honored to receive such gifts and will always direct the contribution straight to our mission: helping people facing barriers to find and keep jobs. These legacy gifts provide an impactful foundation for Goodwill of Orange County to continue its mission into the future.
We hope you will consider arranging a gift to Goodwill of Orange County when you establish your estate plan.
You can make a planned gift by including Goodwill Industries of Orange County:
• In your will or trust.
• As a beneficiary of an insurance policy.
• As a beneficiary of your 401(k), 403(b), or IRA plan.
Goodwill Industries of Orange County is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization (EIN/tax ID number: 95-1644018). Your gifts are fully tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law. Please consult your advisors when preparing your plans.
Click here for sample language of how you can include Goodwill of Orange County in your estate plan.
Individuals and families who include Goodwill of Orange County in their estate plans are recognized through the Walter Knott Family Legacy Society. You will receive periodic updates on our mission-driven work and join the growing group of donors who are investing in Goodwill’s future. Click here for the membership form
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If you have questions about including Goodwill of Orange County in your estate plan, please email Danielle Sheets using the form below.
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