Estate Planning

Including FCCO in your Will or as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy, retirement fund, or other investments

Did you know that there is an easy way you can make a difference in cats’ lives for years to come while also giving yourself peace of mind? By remembering FCCO in your estate planning, you can make a lasting investment in the lives and health of cats in our communities.

Please consider a gift in your will or include FCCO as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy, retirement fund, or other investments. Bequests like this allow you to make a larger gift than you could during your lifetime, and they are still flexible and can be adjusted as circumstances change in your life. FCCO recently received a bequest from Joseph Sommerfeldt. He was a lifelong cat lover who lived on a limited income most of his life. He wasn’t able to donate much during his lifetime, but he was inspired by our dedication to helping feral and stray cats live better lives, so he listed FCCO as the beneficiary of his retirement account. Through this gift he was able to make a significant donation and leave a legacy for the cats.

Want more information?

An attorney who specializes in Estate Planning has offered to speak with FCCO supporters about the process and options available. If you are interested or would like more information, please email or call Karen Kraus at 503-797-2606. Your planning today will have a lasting impact on the future of cats in our region.

Is FCCO already a part of your Estate Plan?

Please let us know! You can email or call Karen Kraus at 503-797-2606.  THANK YOU!

The Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon is a 501(c)3 organization.
Our tax ID is 93-1168181.