Planned Giving


Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.

- Warren Buffett

Colorado Springs Walk for ALS. Dad and Kid holding up peace signs.

If you had a way to leave a lasting impact that would help ensure the ongoing vital work of the Rocky Mountain ALS Association would you consider it?

You can have a lasting legacy that makes an impact for years to come.

Giving from your estate or 401k or investments is far easier than most realize, and can often provide a very favorable tax cushion. Talk with your financial advisor and see about making an impact in the future of your ALS community. Including ALS United Rocky Mountain in your will with even a small percentage or lump sum is easy and makes such a difference!

There are 3 common ways to leave a lasting gift:   

Wills, Trusts and Retirement Accounts

Sample language you can copy and use with your financial planner:

“I give and devise to The Rocky Mountain ALS Association (Tax ID #84-1337868) [percentage, fixed amount, or asset] to be used for its general support [or to support of a specific fund, program, and/or in a specific state].”

For questions or more information about legacy giving and planned gifts, please contact David Craig, the Rocky Mountain ALS Association Director of Development at