Family Forever SocietyWhen you join The Family Forever Society and make a bequest to Just in Time, your commitment to a charitable gift will live on in productive lives, contributions to the economy, and healthy families that break the cycle of foster care. Download Letter of Intent Form
In 2010, The Family Forever Society of Just in Time for Foster Youth was established to give current and future foster youth the essential community of support necessary to navigate the path to a successful and satisfying future. Sustaining the crucial combination of resources, training, and relationships with caring adults is critical for any young person to become capable, confident, and connected. That’s the promise your gift helps us to fulfill.
What is a Bequest?
A bequest is a section of your will or living trust that directs a gift from your estate to the person or institution of your choice after you die. Bequests may be used to provide gifts of money, real estate, stocks, or even works of art or jewelry.
• Your assets remain in your control throughout your lifetime.
• You can modify your gift to address changing circumstances.
• Under current tax law, there is no upper limit on the estate tax deduction for your charitable gifts.
*Sample Language for a Specific Bequest
“I give to Just in Time for Foster Youth, a nonprofit corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of California, with the Tax ID #20-5448416 and the current business address of PO Box 601627, San Diego, CA 92160, the sum of $ __________ (or substitute in “all of my interest in the following described property”) to be used in furtherance of its exempt charitable purposes.”
The information provided here is not intended to be legal or tax advice; please seek your own legal and financial counsel. It is always advisable to consult with a qualified estate planning attorney when drafting your will to ensure your wishes for family and our nonprofit are properly documented.
To join The Family Forever Society and/or leave a bequest to JIT, please contact: