Bequest

Mental Health America of Greater Houston is pleased to provide information as you finalize your estate plans. There are many ways to make a bequest, including a letter of intention, a life-time pledge and immediate or deferred bequests. To find out which plan best suits your needs, please consult your legal advisor.

Sample Language: For including Mental Health America of Greater Houston in your estate plans:

Outright Bequests:

I give, devise and bequeath to Mental Health America of Greater Houston, a tax-exempt organization, located at 2211 Norfolk Street, Suite 810, Houston, TX 77098, the sum of $_________________(or real or personal property herein described), to be used for the general purpose of the Association at the discretion of its Board of Directors.

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I give, devise and bequeath to Mental Health America of Greater Houston, a tax-exempt organization, located at 2211 Norfolk Street, Suite 810, Houston, TX 77098, %_____________of the residual value of my estate, to be used for the general purpose of the Association at the discretion of its Board of Directors.

Bequests for a Specific Purpose:

I give, devise and bequeath to Mental Health America of Greater Houston, a tax-exempt organization, located at 2211 Norfolk Street, Suite 810, Houston, TX 77098, the sum of $____________(or real or personal property herein described) for the purpose of service to people with mental health needs.

Please let us know of your estate plans:

We would like to know if you have named Mental Health America of Greater Houston as a beneficiary of your will or trust so we may properly acknowledge your generosity by welcoming you into our Giving Societies.

 

For more information, please contact the Development Office at 713-520-3478 or info@mhahouston.org.