Make Martha’s Kitchen a part of your legacy in your will, estate plan or trust.
Your support of Martha's Kitchen reflects your desire to help end hunger in our community and the communities we serve. Including a legacy gift for Martha's Kitchen in your will or by beneficiary designation will allow us to provide future generations the healthy, nutritious food they need to thrive, making your legacy a lasting one that will help us continue to provide food security to those in need in the years to come.
Martha’s Kitchen Tax ID number is: 91-2091094. Just as you have helped us provide individuals with the food security they need to thrive, we want to make sure that you also have the tools you need to flourish. It is with that in mind that we wanted to share a resource that you can use to protect your future and your legacy:
a free online tool to write your legal will, at no personal cost.
This free tool is a result of our new partnership with FreeWill. Estate planning is a vital act of service that nourishes you, your loved ones, and the causes you value. We share this resource as a way for you to protect your family, get peace of mind, and create a plan for your future, just as your support has helped plan for the future of Martha’s Kitchen.
If you do not have an up-to-date plan in place, you can create your legal will for free using this trusted resource from our partners at FreeWill, which makes it simple to start your legacy with Martha’s Kitchen in just 20 minutes online. And, if you would prefer to finalize your will with an attorney, you can also save time with your lawyer by using FreeWill to document your wishes first.
Here are a few other ways to leave a gift:
A residual gift in a will leaves Martha's Kitchen the remainder of your estate after other bequests, debts and taxes have been fulfilled.
A percentage gift in a will leaves Martha's Kitchen a percentage of the value of your estate or trust.
A contingent gift in a will leaves Martha's Kitchen a stated share of your estate, only if a spouse, family member or other beneficiary does not survive you.