Planned/Legacy Giving

One of the most satisfying things you will be able to do by taking time to plan your estate is to make decisions to benefit some of the worthy institutions and organizations you have supported during life. In fact many of the most significant gifts that nonprofits receive come from the estates of regular contributors who decide to share a portion of their accumulated assets later on, after taking care of family and friends.

KDLL’s long-term stability is based on solid planning, which will ensure that we are here in the future to serve the central Kenai Peninsula. Your thoughtful choice to include KDLL in your estate plans would go a long way toward helping making this future a reality. Your gift can also be in honor or memory of a loved one.

If you choose to remember us in your plans, we welcome you letting us know so we may say “thank you!” Many people become legacy contributors so their example can inspire others to make the same commitment. If you prefer, we will keep your bequest intention confidential. We understand fully if you prefer not to share specific amounts or if you have no way of knowing what might be left over for your charitable gifts.

Click here for FAQs about planned/legacy giving. 

The different types of planned gifts you can make to KDLL can be found here.


The information on this site does not constitute legal or tax advice. As with all tax and estate planning, please consult your attorney or estate specialist.