Leave a Legacy of Health and Hope for the Future with a Bequest
Leaving a legacy gift to South Nassau Communities Hospital is a gift of health and hope for future generations. Your bequest will provide the communities we serve with the gold standard of healthcare, a priceless gift!
If you have left South Nassau Communities Hospital in your will, please let us know that you have made this important commitment during your lifetime. We would like to include you in our special Legacy Society and have the opportunity to express our appreciation for your support.
If you have not left South Nassau Communities Hospital in your will, please use the text below to include in your will to express your intentions.
Suggested Bequest Language
To include South Nassau Communities Hospital in your will, we suggest the following language:
- To give a specific amount:
"I give, devise, and bequeath the sum of $___________ to South Nassau Communities Hospital, a teaching hospital located in Oceanside, NY.
- To give a percentage of an estate:
"I give, devise, and bequeath the sum amounting to ___________% of my total estate to South Nassau Communities Hospital, a teaching hospital located in Oceanside, NY.
- To give all or a portion of the remainder:
"I give, devise, and bequeath the sum amounting to all or ___________% of the rest, residue and remainder of my estate to South Nassau Communities Hospital, a teaching hospital located in Oceanside, NY.
Please call or email the Development Department, 516-377-5360, to discuss the many opportunities that exist to make a satisfying and personally rewarding bequest.
Visions-a personal Estate Planning Newsletter provided by South Nassau
Visions is a quarterly newsletter with a wealth of information on personal planning of financial affairs. Many of the issues highlight a few simple planning choices that can ensure a comfortable retirement. The newsletter educates further in how to keep retirement plans up to date and how to optimize retirement assets. In the process of deciding how retirement assets will ultimately be distributed, beneficiary designations can be considered to satisfy philanthropic intentions and add purpose to long-term goals. Please click here to read our latest issue: South Nassau Visions Newsletter.