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IMAGINE a global community where vestibular disorders are widely recognized, rapidly diagnosed, and effectively treated.
VeDA’s mission is to support and empower vestibular patients on their journey back to balance.
YOUR PLANNED GIFT helps us reach future generations of vestibular patients with information and support while we work to reduce diagnosis times and improve treatment effectiveness.
LEAVE A LEGACY that will improve the quality of life for millions of vestibular patients, not just today, but for years to come. When you make a planned gift today, you’re making a pledge to promote awareness for vestibular disorders now and into the future.
Here are just a few ways you can include VeDA in your estate planning:
You may transfer assets to a charitable remainder unitrust that provides a distribution at least annually to one or more beneficiaries for life or a term of up to 20 years. After the lifetime or term ends, the remainder is paid to charity.
Through a planned gift you can enhance your own and your family’s financial well-being while supporting VeDA and the vestibular community. And because planned gifts typically are arranged now and paid out later, your gift ensures that VeDA will have the financial resources to build a community of support for those who suffer from vestibular disorders for years to come.
I, _______________ give, devise and bequeath to the Vestibular Disorders Association, Tax ID #93-0914340:
For more information or to sign up for VeDA’s Legacy Society planned giving program, contact us at (503) 294-9085 or via email at [email protected].
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