Whether you make a gift today or in your plans, know that it will support our very important mission of preventing abuse, strengthening families, and restoring childhood.
A gift in your will or estate plans is simple, flexible and versatile way to ensure that Denver Children’s Advocacy Center (DCAC) can continue its work for years to come. This type of gift in your will or living trust is known as a charitable bequest. It also entitles your estate to an unlimited federal estate tax charitable deduction.
If you include Denver Children’s Advocacy Center in your plans, please use our legal name and federal tax ID.Legal Name: Denver Children’s Advocacy Center 2149 Federal Boulevard Denver, CO 80211 Federal ID # 84-1155873
One easy way to assist DCAC with its work after your life is to do a beneficiary designation.
A beneficiary designation clearly identifies how specific assets will be distributed after your death. Just name DCAC as a beneficiary to receive assets such as retirement plans and life insurance policies after you are gone. You simply fill out a form that is entirely separate from your will—which makes this approach an easy way to give.
In addition to being easy, it is also flexible—if you change your mind, you are not locked in to a prior commitment. You can review and adjust beneficiary designations anytime you want.
To implement a beneficiary designation, you just fill out a form and share with your insurance or retirement plan administrator.
Be sure and talk to your financial or legal advisor to learn which assets will or will not cause taxable income when received by your beneficiary. As a nonprofit organization, the advantage of giving to DCAC is that 100% of your gift will come to the Center.
Support the part of our work that you care about most. DCAC can establish a special fund in your name to support one of our core program areas.