Planned Giving


Legacy gifts help the long-term stability of Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA) so our vital safety net is here to serve local families, seniors, and people with disabilities well into the future. Your legacy gift also helps provide ways for you to manage your assets and pass on your values. We invite you to sustain the mission you have come to believe in by making a legacy gift to EFAA and joining EFAA Next, our legacy society.

To join EFAA Next, simply notify us in writing of your intention to leave a legacy gift to EFAA. Gifts may be in the form of a provision in a Will, or as a beneficiary designation. Learn more about estate planning options.


Share this sentence with your attorney. “I bequeath to Emergency Family Assistance Association, a non profit corporation located in Boulder, Colorado, with Federal tax identification number 84-0454115, the sum of _______; or _______% of my estate; or the following property _______; or the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate.”


Because you are not actually making a gift until after your lifetime, you can change your mind at any time.


You can structure a bequest to leave a specific item or amount of money, make the gift contingent on certain events, or leave a percentage of your estate to us.


Your lifetime gift is an opportunity to reduce or eliminate estate taxes.

*EFAA encourages you to consult an estate planning attorney or financial planner. If you do not currently work with one, we are happy to provide you with a list of options.


We appreciate your gift and we’d like to recognize you by including you among our EFAA Next Legacy Society members. To notify us of your planned gift, please complete this Confidential Statement of Gift Intention form below. For more information call 303-951-7696 or email

  • Will (dollar amount)
  • Insurance policy (dollar amount)
  • Revocable living trust (dollar amount)
  • Real estate estimated value (dollar amount)
  • Charitable remainder trust value (dollar amount)
  • Retirement plan/IRA value (dollar amount)
  • Other assets (description and dollar amount)
  • Explanation of contingency. (A contingent bequest comes to EFAA only if the other named beneficiaries to do not survive you.)