Planned Giving

Wall of Honor

HHV’s “Wall of Honor” displays the names of patriotic Americans who remembered our service members or veteran patients in their wills. These men and women will forever feel the gratitude of the thousands of sick or wounded service members and veterans they helped with their final bequest.

HHV’s “Wall of Honor” displays the names of patriotic Americans who remembered our service members or veteran patients in their wills. These men and women will forever feel the gratitude of the thousands of sick or wounded service members and veterans they helped with their final bequest.

At HHV headquarters in California, hundreds of patriotic HHV donors are enshrined forever on HHV’s “Wall of Honor.”

The Wall displays the names of donors who took one very simple step to change the lives of thousands of America’s wounded, sick and disabled service members and veterans: they left a bequest to HHV so they could continue supporting the therapeutic arts and crafts program. Their legacy will live on for years to come, in the lives of veterans who will receive an HHV craft kit because of their thoughtful and generous contributions.

Randall Sanger, a donor and a veteran from Oklahoma, is among those who left a portion of his estate to HHV. He has been referred to as a “true gentleman,” who loved his country and proudly served during WWII. Because of his generous gift, Sanger will continue helping other veterans in need.

Making a final bequest from your estate to HHV’s therapeutic arts and crafts program is a great way to show our GIs and veterans that their sacrifices are appreciated. It also ensures that your name will be added to HHV’s Wall of Honor, alongside the many other generous donors who have done the same.

It is easy to add a bequest to your will, but we do recommend you consult first with a reputable attorney.

As you may know, without a will, the court may have to decide how to disburse your estate. Most financial planners believe that a will is key to making sure your estate is quickly and correctly settled according to your wishes.
 

Where There’s A Will, There’s A Way

“HHV kits help with fine motor skills, and I feel useful when I complete projects,” said OIF/OEF veteran Michael Neel. In addition to learning leather work, Neel said he enjoys “many good people” when he visits the Grand Junction, Colorado Community Based Arts & Crafts Center.

“HHV kits help with fine motor skills, and I feel useful when I complete projects,” said OIF/OEF veteran Michael Neel. In addition to learning leather work, Neel said he enjoys “many good people” when he visits the Grand Junction, Colorado Community Based Arts & Crafts Center.

  • Probably the most well-known estate-planning tool is the last will and testament.
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  • Whether standing alone or as part of a multifaceted estate plan, a will is a convenient and often simple and straightforward way to distribute assets to those you love. It is also a powerful way to help veterans.
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  • There’s no time like the present to plan for the future. Remember, in this case, it’s not the thought that counts, it’s the Will!

 

Planning and Preparing Your Will

  • You can structure your will to make HHV the beneficiary of a specific dollar amount or property, of a percentage of your estate, or of your residuary estate, which is what remains after all specific bequests and expenses are accounted for.
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  • To name HHV in your will, all you generally need is the following information:
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    1. HHV’s full legal name: Help Hospitalized Veterans, Inc.
    2. HHV’s physical mailing address: 36585 Penfield Lane, Winchester CA 92596
    3. HHV’s federal tax identification number: 95-2706737
    4. According to Navy veteran Jeffrey Paszke “This program keeps my mind off my pain and my problems. It makes me thank God I can still do these projects and not feel sorry for myself.”

      According to Navy veteran Jeffrey Paszke “This program keeps my mind off my pain and my problems. It makes me thank God I can still do these projects and not feel sorry for myself.”

     

  • In addition, the following language can generally be used to make a bequest to HHV:
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    “I give, devise, and bequeath to Help Hospitalized Veterans, Inc., federal tax identification number 95-2706737, residing at 36585 Penfield Lane, Winchester CA 92596, the sum of $ [amount] (or describe the real or personal property or percentage of your estate to be used for its general purposes).”

  • Rest assured, you can change your will at any time, at your own discretion.

 
Note: HHV strongly encourages the consultation with a professional legal advisor when preparing a will. The preceding should not be used as legal advice.

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Your gift to HHV reminds veterans their service is appreciated. HHV provides arts & crafts kits that empower hospitalized veterans by keeping their hands active and minds alert.

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