Seven out of ten Americans will die this year without a leaving a will, which means that state governments will decide for them how their assets should be distributed. Make sure that your will reflects your dedication to the battle against cancer by indicating a special gift to the Cancer Research Foundation.
You can make a difference by including a simple clause in your will expressing your desire to make a contribution. Possible phrasing might include:
"I give and bequeath to the Cancer Research Foundation, a not-for-profit corporation located in Chicago, Illinois:
for the uses and purposes of said corporation."
For assistance or for more information, please call us at 312-630-0055 or contact us here.
"Thanks to the hard work, commitment, and compassion of scientists, researchers, and organizations like the Cancer Research Foundation, there is renewed hope for discovering better treatments and eventually a cure for cancer.
I commend all of you for your outstanding contributions to the field of cancer research. For five decades, your commitment to the crusade against cancer has given hope and comfort to people across the nation."
Former President of the United States
May 05, 1997