A bequest is a gift created now, in your will or living trust, and given at the end of your life. Bequests focus your support on the exciting Mission of HHRF with essential resources to explore the challenges.

Is this the right gift for you?

HHRF welcomes bequests of all sizes, from individuals at all stages of life.

How can a bequest be structured?

Your gift may take the form of a percentage of your estate, a specific amount, or a particular asset.

What can your bequest do for HHRF?

Many bequests are unrestricted, enabling HHRF to apply your gift to the greatest need when it is received. Other popular choices are particular research areas related to the human benefits of equine therapy.

What are the benefits for you and your family?

A bequest to HHRF is deductible from your taxable estate and thus can help you to reduce or avoid estate taxes.

Please contact HHRF’s Executive Director Ken Boyden, JD, EdD, with any questions or concerns about HHRF’s bequest policy.

How might you word your bequest?

“I give [all of the residue of my estate OR an amount equal to X percent of the residue of my estate / thereof OR $____________] to the Horses and Humans Research Foundation (HHRF), an Ohio nonprofit corporation, for its general charitable purposes.”