Life changes quickly and the coronavirus has prompted many people to write or rewrite their wills. If you are thinking about ways to make a difference for the causes you care about, don’t forget the impact of including a charitable gift in your estate plan. Who can make a legacy gift? You. Anyone can give assets including IRAs, securities, real estate, life insurance benefits and cash; often by simply designating Truman Heartland as a beneficiary on their asset’s beneficiary form. For many, these gifts are added to a family fund, while others are used to establish a family fund. The choice is yours. A gift to Truman Heartland in your estate can be designated for specific charities, create a scholarship fund or a grantmaking fund for an interest area. Whatever your passion, your gift will provide a perpetual stream of income that the community can count on. Already included Truman Heartland in your estate plan? Let us know . By sharing your plans to leave a gift to Truman Heartland, you’re invited to join the Heartland Legacy Society and partner with 150 donors who share your passion for philanthropy.