Become a Champion by making a planned gift that will truly make a difference for a lifetime by including Northwest Association for Blind Athletes as part of your estate planning.
Members of the Champions Legacy Society have made a gift that will truly transcend time and make a difference for a lifetime by including Northwest Association for Blind Athletes (NWABA) as part of their estate planning.
There are a number of assets you can give now or through your estate plan to help support individuals who are blind and visually impaired.
We welcome the opportunity to work with you to help develop a plan that will meet your estate planning goals. On behalf of the children, youth and adults with visual impairments we are honored to serve, we invite you to consider becoming a Champion by making a planned gift to help ensure individuals who are blind and visually impaired, always have the opportunity to build the confidence, friendship, and independence they need to achieve success in all areas of life.
If you have already included NWABA in your estate plan, please consider sharing that with us so that we can begin to show our gratitude now, long before the gift arrives. Or if you need additional information about including NWABA in your estate plans, please contact Sue Warren, Sr. Director of Development & Communications, at [email protected] or 360.984.5506.
We understand creating your estate plan can be daunting, so NWABA has developed a straightforward, yet comprehensive program designed to assist our supporters in navigating the estate planning process, including information that you or your advisor will need as you prepare to leave a lasting gift to NWABA. Assistance is provided at no cost and with no expectation of a gift. We promise.
You’ve helped athletes build the confidence, friendships, and independence they need to achieve success in all areas of life. And now, we welcome the opportunity to help you develop a plan that will meet your estate planning goals and help ensure our programs are able to continue to transform the quality of life for individuals with visual impairments.
or would like more information about our estate planning assistance program, please contact Sue Warren, Sr. Director of Development & Communications at 360.984.5506 or [email protected].
NWABA encourages supporters to consult with their financial advisor or attorney before considering a planned gift of any nature.
Including a gift to NWABA in your will or a trust is a generous and simple way to make a transformational impact.
Donating appreciated stock to NWABA can have significant tax advantages!
NWABA has developed a comprehensive program designed to assist in navigating the estate planning process.
Without our volunteers, we would not be able to serve as many people as we do.
NWABA offers many ways for you to make a profound impact on individuals of all ages and abilities, who are blind or visually impaired.