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Whether you think of yourself as rich or poor, your gift makes a difference to Denver Botanic Gardens. Once the needs of your family have been considered we hope you will consider including the Gardens in your estate plans.
A charitable bequest may be added or modified by a codicil so you don’t have to draw a new will. An attorney can assist you with the wording so that your specific wishes are met.
Guidelines and suggested language
Full legal name: Denver Botanic Gardens
Taxpayer identification number: 84-0440359
When including the Gardens in your will, we would like to suggest the following language:
"I give, devise and bequeath to Denver Botanic Gardens, a not-for-profit, 501(c)3, tax-exempt organization, having as its principal address 909 York Street, Denver, Colorado, 80206, (percentage or specific dollar amount) for the Garden’s general (or restricted) purpose."
Your legacy, our future
Even a small amount can have a big impact over time. It was through a bequest that a summer internship program for the Education Department was established in 1995.
Your generous contribution will be used to help ensure stability for future generations.
For more information about charitable bequests, please contact us:
Director of Development
Denver Botanic Gardens, Inc.
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