Gifts In Your Estate Plan: Make a Lasting Impact
On Guide Dog’s Future
Gifts in your estate plan are one way to align support of Guide Dogs for the Blind with your family’s financial goals. These type of gifts enable you to make a more significant contribution to our mission than you thought possible. Guide Dog’s planned giving team is here to help you.
That's what effective gift planning is all about. And we're here to help!
Meet Our Planned Giving Team
GDB's planned giving team, pictured from left: Director Tom Horton, Planned Giving Coordinator Joan Scott, and Associate Director Bob Sonnenberg with his black Lab guide Niño. We're ready to help you with any questions you may have regarding simple bequests to gifts of retirement plan assets, real property, appreciated securities, and the complete range of life income gifts, including charitable remainder trusts and gift annuities.
Guide Dogs for the Blind is a non-profit, charitable organization under the provisions of section 501(C)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Tax ID #94-1196195.
GDB offers services entirely free-of-charge and receives no state or federal funding.