Planned Giving

Your Planned Giving Helps Sarge’s Animal Rescue Foundation

Bequests are powerful and thoughtful gifts that can express your legacy. The choice to make, alter, or remove a bequest stays with you as you navigate financial planning decisions and your future.

What will your legacy be? What will your story be?

Where there is a will, there is a way! Leaving a bequest to Sarge’s supports our mission far into the future. You can make a difference in the lives of Haywood County dogs and cats when estate planning by considering leaving a portion of your estate to Sarge’s Animal Rescue Foundation.

Our bequest packet can be downloaded or viewed here: Bequest Program.

Bequest types include:

  • Planned Giving
  • Deferred Giving
  • Charitable Remainder Trusts
  • Gift Annuity Agreements
  • Pooled Income Funds
  • 401K’s
  • Real estate
  • Collections

A lawyer and tax accountant can walk you through the implications of the best decision for the interest of your estate and your legacy. Sarge’s is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Our tax i.d. number is 20-3783032.

To learn more about Sarge’s and bequests, please contact Sarge’s at 828.246.9050 or sargeexecdir@gmail.com.

How Your Donations Help

We depend entirely on support from our community of animal welfare advocates and people who love their furry family members to keep our organization running smoothly. The funds that are donated or raised through special events pay mainly for the care of our animals, which includes medical care, food, preventatives for fleas, heartworm and other parasites, and kennel supplies, maintenance and repairs. We have staff dedicated to the welfare of our animals, including kennel assistants, behaviorist, medical assistant, an office manager and adoption center manager. Other expenses include overhead such as rent, insurance, vehicle maintenance, and utilities. All told, our average monthly expenses amount to $X.

Your donations of goods and services are also a huge benefit in helping us keep our animals happy and healthy and help save on monetary expenditures.