I honestly have not had much interest in American Revolutionary history, but I found myself drawn in by our guide's wealth of knowledge and obvious love of history. He was a fantastic, knowledgeable and humorous guide. He really made the history come alive. I'd choose any tour he offers for our next round of out of town visitors. - Cambridge, MA
No matter your stage in life or your financial situation, we hope you will consider including a gift to Boston By Foot in your will or living trust. Giving a charitable bequest is an easy way to make a meaningful and lasting contribution to our organization and, in many cases, limit your tax liability. You can arrange for your bequest to be a certain amount of money or a percentage of your estate. The gift can also be contingent on certain events, and you can make adjustments to your gift at any time. Please know that all gifts, large or small, are greatly appreciated.
Just a few sentences in your will or trust are all that is needed to make a bequest. Please see sample language below:
"I give and bequeath to Boston By Foot, Inc., of Boston, Massachusetts the sum of $[exact dollar amount] for its general purposes.”
“I give and bequeath [percentage]% of the remainder of my estate to Boston By Foot, Inc., of Boston, Massachusetts, to be used for its general purposes.”
“If any or all of my heirs named herein have predeceased me, I give and bequeath the portion of my estate reserved for that person or persons to Boston By Foot, Inc., of Boston, Massachusetts, for its general purposes.”
We recommend that you consult with your financial advisor and attorney when preparing or making adjustments to your estate plans. Boston By Foot’s legal name is Boston By Foot, Inc., tax identification number 04-2639059.
Please tell us about your bequest intentions so that we can officially acknowledge your generous contribution and the investment you are making in Boston By Foot’s future.