We believe that all living animals possess an intrinsic value and that humans must become responsible stewards of their care. Nevada SPCA has been serving pets in need for over 36 years. A planned gift will help to ensure that NSPCA is able to be there for the animals into the future.
By recognizing the NSPCA in your will, trust, or insurance policy, or by setting up an annuity, you can be certain that NSPCA will be here assisting animals in need for years and years to come. In addition to being an extraordinarily meaningful gift toward a cause that is important to you, a planned gift can also be a tax deductible.
To assist you with this important process, we recommend that you contact your attorney. Additional information can be found below or can be obtained by reaching out to Nevada SPCA’s Executive Director.
Here are some ways to leave a legacy of love. 
Also, after you have made a planned gift in our name, please let us know!

1. Will or Trust Gifts

When you make a bequest to NSPCA, you will ensure that assets given will be used for programs and services that help animals. There are several types of bequests:

  • Specific Bequest – a specified amount, or specific asset, designated in your will or trust as a gift to NSPCA
  • Residuary Bequest – designates that a specific percentage of your estate, or all, will be paid to NSPCA after payment of all other distributions, including debts, taxes, expenses, and other bequests, has been made.
  • Contingent Bequest – specifies that your estate, or a portion of it, will go to NSPCA if your other named beneficiary(ies) predeceases you.

Sample Bequest Language: To make certain that your charitable intentions are carried out, all wills, living trusts and their codicils or amendments should be prepared by or with the advice of your attorney. You can share with your attorney the following language that can be included in your will or living trust and tailored to address your specific wishes:

I give to Nevada SPCA (Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals), Federal I.D. No. 88-0187383, located in Las Vegas, Nevada (the sum of $______) (all or __% of the residue of my estate), to be used for its general purposes.

 
2. Retirement Gifts

A gift to the NSPCA through a retirement plan (IRA, 401(k), 403(b), Keogh, or other qualified retirement plan) is one of the easiest and most tax-effective ways to ensure a strong future for the lives we save. Such assets, if given to an individual, will be subject to various kinds of taxes, but if given to a charity, such as the NSPCA, will not be taxed. To get started — to name the NSPCA as a beneficiary of your retirement plan – simply list it on your plan’s beneficiary designation form. Our legal name, address and taxpayer identification number are: Nevada SPCA (Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals),4800 W. Dewey Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89118Federal I.D. No. 88-0187383.

 
3. Life Insurance Gifts  
You can use your life insurance plan to fulfill your goals and meet the needs of our mission today. All you need to do is name the NSPCA as the beneficiary of your plan, using the following information: Nevada SPCA,  4800 W. Dewey Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89118Federal I.D. No. 88-0187383.   Note: You can also donate your policy to the NSPCA and get a charitable deduction during the year of the gift.
 
4. Transfer Gifts  

Transfer on Death Bank or Brokerage Account

An easy way to make a gift to the NSPCA is to name us as the beneficiary of your bank or brokerage account. You retain full control of the account during your lifetime, and on your death, any assets remaining will be transferred to the Nevada SPCA (Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 4800 W. Dewey Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89118, Federal I.D. No. 88-0187383.