The success of Maslow Project is impossible to acknowledge without taking the time to mention that without our community – none of this is possible. One such individual we would like to recognize is a very special person to Maslow Project, our Board President, Jamie Hazlett.
We are lucky to have Jamie as a volunteer. Not only does she provide Maslow Project with invaluable service as Board President, but we are also grateful to have been included in her estate planning! We asked Jamie what prompted her to include Maslow Project as part of her legacy giving and Jamie had the following to say:
“For me, the decision to put Maslow Project in my Estate planning was the simplest decision of my Estate planning. The hardest part was getting the documents done. Lawyers are notorious for not following our own advice and my Estate planning was no exception. I have been a part of Maslow Project as a donor, board member and volunteer for almost ten years. As Maslow celebrates ten years as an organization this year I can say confidently that I am assured that Maslow will truly benefit from an unrestricted gift through my Estate planning. I am also assured that Maslow Project engages in ethical oversight and integrity in the management of its finances and that this gift will be treated with the utmost care. Maslow keeps kids and their needs at its center of all they do and I’m honored to be a part of this organization and plan for Maslow’s future through estate planning.”
Jamie, thank you so much for your outstanding service to this community, your compassion and dedication to seeing Maslow Project through. We could not do this without the support of donors like Jamie!
Create a legacy of giving – help Maslow Project end youth homelessness for generations to come.
There are many ways you can include Maslow Project as part of your estate plan and ensure that the work that is being done today continues on. Although it may sound daunting to include Maslow Project as part of your estate plan, there are a number of ways you can help. Here are a few to consider:
Include Maslow Project on your beneficiary forms for life insurance, bank accounts, and retirement accounts.
Add Maslow Project to your will or trust as a beneficiary.
If you have a donor-advised fund, you can name Maslow Project as the ultimate beneficiary to preserve your legacy.
To name us as a beneficiary all you need is our legal name “Maslow Project” along with our tax ID number 27-0734969.
Reach out to Corrie Sommerfeld, our Development Director, by email at Corrie@maslowproject.com, or call541-608-6868 to discuss other creative ideas for making sure that homeless children have the support necessary to be successful for years to come.
Want to gift stocks, bonds or mutual funds to Maslow Project? Download and complete this handy form!
*Remember to always consult your tax, legal and financial professionals.