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Planned Giving

Planned Giving is a great way to ensure the Humane Society of Summit County can continue to save the lives of homeless pets for years to come. Including the HSSC in your estate planning means that vulnerable animals in our community receive the shelter, food, veterinary care, medication, and loving homes they deserve.

How do I include the Humane Society of Summit County in my estate planning?

Providing for HSSC in your estate plan can be as simple as naming “Humane Society of Summit County” in your will or as sophisticated as creating a charitable gift annuity which would provide you with an income stream for life, helping you meet your long-tern financial and philanthropic goals.

Other ways to include HSSC in your plans include naming the Humane Society of Summit County as the beneficiary of real estate , IRAs, insurance policies, personal property, stock, and trusts.

Besides helping you meet philanthropic goals, Planned Giving may also provide you with significant benefits such as capital gains tax savings, increased cash flow, or reduced estate taxes.

Before you make any decision, you should consult your tax, legal, or financial advisor to help you determine the best options for you.

What other information do I need to know?

  • Our Tax ID number (FEIN) is 23-7060744
  • Your estate documents should use the following address:
    • Humane Society of Summit County
    • 7996 Darrow Rd.
    • Twinsburg, OH 44087

Who should I contact at the Humane Society of Summit County about my Planned Giving?

Please contact our President/CEO Diane Johnson at (234) 212-9708 or djohnson@summithumane.org should you have any questions or requests regarding your Planned Gift or to notify us of your intentions.

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