How to Remember Camp Fire in Your Estate Plan

Four of the most popular forms of bequests one can take are:

1. A fixed amount of money or a designated property:

“I give to Camp Fire Central Coast of California, tax ID #95-1661096, located in Pismo Beach, CA,

$_________ (or describe the real or personal property, including exact location.)

2. A percentage of the estate:

“I give to Camp Fire Central Coast of California, tax ID #95-1661096, located in Pismo Beach, CA,

________  % of my estate.”

3. A residual bequest:

“I give all the residue of my estate, including real and personal property to Camp Fire Central Coast of California, tax ID #95-1661096, located in Pismo Beach, CA.

4. A double-purpose bequest:

You can provide a relative or friend with income for life through a special gift to Camp Fire. You can do this by establishing a charitable trust through your Will. Upon your death, the trust pays income to the person you designate. After that person’s death, whatever remains in the trust passes to our Camp Fire.

In addition, please indicate If you wish to have your bequest applied to a specific program, simply add “…for the benefit of…

…to the language suggested above.

Thank you for your consideration in Camp Fire’s life changing work for children and youth on the Central Coast.

Consult an attorney when preparing legal documents.