Thank you for reading PETA’s recent issue of Animals Times and for your interest in leaving a legacy to animals and making PETA part of your estate plans. As you probably read, this is just what member Elaine Livesay-Fassel has done. In naming PETA in her will she has made sure that her compassion, and PETA’s work, can carry on into the future.
Remembering animals in such an enduring way is quite possibly the most powerful gift that a person can make to stop animal suffering – animals just like Stanley, rescued by PETA and placed in a loving forever home.
If you would more information on how to get started with leaving a legacy for animals, we encourage you to contact us by submitting our confidential inquiry form. You should also take advantage of our interactive features on our planned giving website – we recommend you start here.
If you have already remembered PETA in your will or other planned gift, thank you! Please let us know―we would be honored to welcome you into our Augustus Club, which is dedicated to those of our members who have remembered animals and PETA in their estate plans. We will work hard to carry forward your legacy of compassion for animals.
Elaine Livesay-Fassel image:© susanweingartner.com
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