Leave a Compassionate Legacy
Consider including Compassion Over Killing in your estate plans to keep your animal-centered values alive and continue your compassion for animals after you pass on. Not only are charitable bequests a wonderful way to help build a kinder world for animals, they can also be a great way to reduce or even eliminate the amount of estate tax your beneficiaries will owe.
Anyone can leave behind a compassionate legacy. You can designate Compassion Over Killing as a beneficiary in your will, trust, retirement plan, life insurance policy, or even bank account.
Your legacy will strengthen and perpetuate our work to expose cruelty to farmed animals and empower others to make kinder choices at every meal. Specifically, it will help support our eye-opening undercover investigations, proactive legal advocacy, powerful pro-veg campaigns, and a variety of educational outreach efforts. Compassion Over Killing depends on this generous support of friends such as you.
Important Information for Including COK in your estate plans:
|Legal name and address:
Compassion Over Killing
P.O. Box 9773
Washington, DC 20016
|Federal Tax ID:
If you have a charitable trust, please consider adding Compassion Over Killing as a beneficiary to realize this vision during your lifetime.
For more information, we’re happy to provide guidance and details about our specific programs that you can then provide to your attorney.