Your support to SFA through a planned gift is a true act of generosity! You can include SFA in your will through a bequest, the most popular type of planned gift. You can leave a specific amount bequest of a specified sum of money to SFA, or you can leave a percentage of your estate to SFA after making provisions for family and friends. A bequest to SFA will reduce the size of your taxable estate and will support the mission of SFA. Your planned gift to SFA ensures that your donation will be used in perpetuity. Please contact your attorney for bequest requirements in your state.
Sample Bequest Language: I give to the Sarcoma Foundation of America, a 501(c)3, tax-exempt, nonprofit organization, the sum of $_____ (or _____% of my residuary estate) to be used for such purposes as its Board of Directors shall direct.
Information on sarcoma subtypes, treatments, clinical trials, and other important resources for sarcoma patients and families.
Information on the Sarcoma Patient Registry. If you are diagnosed with sarcoma, please consider joining the Registry.
Information on applying for a sarcoma research grant, current research funded by the SFA, and past research grants.