Wills & Bequests
Southeastern Guide Dogs is committed to pursuing excellence while providing all of our services at no cost to our students. We welcome a new class of visually impaired individuals to our campus every month, and never require a fee. We receive no government funding. Instead, our generous partners help us every step of the way through contributions, fundraisers, and volunteer support.
Many of our friends have chosen to support our mission through sustained, planned giving; in other words, by naming Southeastern Guide Dogs as a beneficiary in wills and bequests. These avenues of generosity include charitable bequests, life-income gifts through charitable remainder trusts or a charitable gift annuities, retirement plans or IRA beneficiary designations, life insurance gifts, and charitable lead trusts.
As an expression of gratitude and recognition, we have established our Heritage Society for those who have made the careful and thoughtful decision to remember Southeastern Guide Dogs in their planned giving. To find out more about our Heritage Society, click here.
By sharing our vision and pledging lasting support, Southeastern Guide Dogs can continue our mission today, tomorrow, and beyond. For our generous benefactors, we are so very grateful.
As always, consult with your accountant or attorney to help guide your planned giving decisions.