Central Park in autumn / istockphoto.com
The ASLA Heritage Circle is made up of ASLA Fund supporters who are demonstrating their commitment to the future of green and sustainable development by including the Fund in their estate plans. By doing so, they are helping assure that the Fund's public and professional educational programs promoting the values of landscape architecture in the natural and built environments will continue in the years and decades ahead. Members of the Heritage Circle are recognized on online the Heritage Circle Honor Roll.
How to Join the ASLA Fund Heritage Circle:
If you wish to make your commitment to the Heritage Circle now, please ask your legal counsel to add the following language to your trust or will:
A bequest of a fixed amount to the ASLA Fund:
"I give and bequeath to the ASLA Fund located in Washington, D.C., $________."
A bequest of a percentage of your estate to the ASLA Fund located in Washington, D.C.:
"I give and bequeath to the ASLA Fund located in Washington, D.C., ___ percent of my estate.
A residual bequest to the ASLA Fund located in Washington, D.C.:
"I give and bequeath to the ASLA Fund located in Washington, D.C., all (or state fraction or percentage) of the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate, including real and personal property after all taxes have been paid and all other general and specific bequests have been made."
Should you prefer, you can also become a member of the Heritage Circle by designating the ASLA as a beneficiary of an IRA, 401k, or 403b retirement account. Your financial institution can show you how.
Whether you choose to make your bequest via your will or by designating the ASLA Fund as a beneficiary of a financial asset, please be certain to include the following information:
636 I Street, NW
Tax ID: 52-2325427
If you have any questions about the Heritage Circle, please contact:
Ron Sears, Stakeholder Relations and Resource Development, at (202) 216-2369 or email@example.com.