ALRSD BOD

WHAT WILL YOUR LEGACY BE?

Did you know…. With a very simple gift, that costs nothing during your lifetime, you can help the Assistance League Rancho San Dieguito continue to do what we do today even better tomorrow!

YOU can leave a Legacy! We ask you to consider making a gift. Next, record your decision to make a charitable gift with your attorney/tax adviser. Then, complete our Letter of Intent and send it to us. We will hold the letter on file for you.

Let us know that you have included ALRSD in your estate plan. We will include you in our Founders Circle and recognize you as a member of our Legacy Society.

What better way to continue making a difference in the lives of those who follow you, and what better way to ensure the programs that you love today are sustainable in the future, continuing to meet the needs of our community tomorrow?

Founders Circle

Judy White
Kathy O’Leary
Marilyn Scheininger
Terry King
Margaret Nelson
Penelope Johnson
Marie Arlt
Anonymous (6)

Letter of Intent

Please print out the attached form and mail it to:

ALRSD
270F North El Camino Real Box 368
Encinitas, CA 92024

Please click here for the “Letter of Intent” form

TESTIMONIALS

Steve and Kathy O’Leary

Why did Steve and I decide to donate to the Legacy Fund as part of our trust? Steve and I have been fortunate to have had fulfilling careers.  I was a teacher and he was a mechanical design engineer. We planned well for our retirements and have been able to

Penelope Johnson

What will my Legacy be? A question easily answered when considering ALRSD!  I joined ALRSD because I really believe in each and every program and the impact each has on our community. This belief allows me to feel good about participating, as I can, in as much as

Marilyn Scheininger

I chose to make a legacy gift to ALRSD because I want to continue to make a difference in the lives of those that we serve for years to come.  When I retired, I looked for purposeful work in an organization whose values I support.

Judy White

Years ago when I was an active volunteer with another organization, I learned about their Legacy Circle and was asked to participate.  I felt so impressed with their achievements in our three-county area that I wanted to continue to contribute to their cause.