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Top 10 Things You Can Do To Leave a Legacy

  1. Prepare a will. Without a will, you lose control of the possessions you worked a lifetime to acquire.

  2. Leave a gift in your will for Pathways of Licking County.

  3. Leave a specific dollar amount or a percentage of the assets in your will to Pathways.

  4. Consider using assets for your charitable gift (stocks, bonds, CDs, real estate, etc.). Such gifts may even provide tax savings.

  5. Name Pathways as the beneficiary of your IRA or pension plan.

  6. Purchase a new life insurance policy naming Pathways as the beneficiary.

  7. Name Pathways as the beneficiary of an existing life insurance policy.

  8. Remember deceased loved ones with memorial gifts to Pathways.

  9. Encourage family members and friends to leave gifts to Pathways in their wills.

  10. Ask your financial advisor to include charitable giving as part of their counsel to other clients.

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Please consider making a donation to Pathways of Licking County.  Checks should be mailed to:
Pathways of Licking County
1627 Bryn Mawr Drive
Newark, OH 43055
Or ask about our planned giving program. By leaving a legacy through a gift in your will, you can continue to help Pathways make an important difference in Licking County.
Pathways is a member agency of the United Way and a contract provider of the Community Mental Health & Recovery Board.

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Know how the funds of an organization are being spent. Know what the programs you support are accomplishing. Know whether the organization is in compliance with federal, state, and municipal laws. Restrict or designate your gifts to a particular project.

 

 

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