In addition to ongoing support, you can leave a legacy gift for the work of the San Francisco Free Clinic to ensure its mission for years to come. 

You can make a bequest through your will or living trust or by naming SFFC as a beneficiary of a portion of a retirement plan.  

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When you make a legacy gift, your gift will be made in the future, not now, and you are free to change your mind at any time to reduce or even eliminate your gift to the clinic. 

All gifts to the clinic are free of estate tax. If you let us know that you have included us in your estate plan, we would be pleased to honor you at our special annual fundraising luncheon.

Many Ways to Give

You can specify a gift for a specific dollar amount, for specific property (such as a portion of one of your retirement plans), or for a percentage of your estate. To make a bequest, you’ll need to revise your current estate planning documents or the beneficiary designation of your retirement plan.

If you are interested in making a legacy gift to ensure the future of SFFC, we can provide you sample language to discuss with your attorney.

Contact Us Today

Please contact our staff at (415) 750-9894 if you would like to discuss a legacy gift to help ensure medical care for the uninsured for years to come.