The Community Chamber of Commerce Welcomes Gifts of Cash, Bequests and Estate Gifts
Individuals wish to support the mission of the Surprise Regional Chamber of Commerce may do so in a variety of ways.
To make an immediate gift Click Here.
If you would like to make a provision in you will or other estate plan read the information below.
Bequests and Estate Plan Gifts
A bequest is a gift from your estate—a transfer of cash, securities, or other property made through your estate plans. You can make a bequest to the Community Chamber of Commerce by including language in your will or living trust leaving a portion of your estate by designating the Community Chamber of Commerce as a beneficiary of your retirement account or life insurance policy.
Remembering the Community Chamber of Commerce with a bequest from your estate will help sustain and strengthen free enterprise and help build stronger communities for years to come. Some of the advantages of creating a bequest include:
- A bequest costs nothing now, yet gives you the satisfaction of knowing you have provided for Community Chamber of Commerce in the future
- You retain control of and use of your assets during your lifetime
- You may modify your bequest if your circumstances change
If you let us know of your plans, we will be able to thank you now and recognize you as a member of our Summit Circle Society
Making a Bequest
A bequest to Community Chamber of Commerce can be made for a specific amount, for a percentage of your estate, or for all or a portion of what is left after you have made bequests to your family. To make a gift to Surprise Regional Chamber of Commerce from your estate, you must sign a new will or living trust instrument, add a codicil to your present will, or make an amendment to your present trust instrument. Please reference our Tax Exempt EIN (Employer Identification Number) 84-3010080
Alternatively, you can designate the Community Chamber of Commerce as a beneficiary of a retirement plan or life insurance policy. To do so, contact the retirement plan administrator or life insurance company and complete the appropriate beneficiary designation form