Consider Giving to Seton Through Your Will
“Through your will, you can help people who haven’t even been born yet.” –Tom Alexander, RN, Clinical Nurse Manager at SMCW
Jan and Tom Alexander are Seton nurses because, “It’s an honor to care for people,” says Tom. “As a nurse, you dispense care, hope and love.”
Jan is a nurse in the Intermediate Care Unit at Dell Children’s and Tom is a clinical nurse manager at SMCW.
Recently the couple decided to include Seton in their will. “When you give through your will, you help people who haven’t even been born yet. People you may never know. People you will never meet.” He adds, “It’s a tangible way to guarantee that some part of your estate promotes the health and well-being of others.”
Why did the Alexanders choose to give to Seton through their will? Partly because giving through your will is flexible.
“You can give any amount in a will,” says Tom. “You can also give more than you would otherwise. You can give cash, or you can give real estate or stock.”
He adds that Seton associates should consider the collective power of giving. “Don’t think, ‘What will Seton do with my little gift.’ Collectively, you and everyone who works for Seton can make a big difference.”
If you would like more information about including Seton in your will, contact a specialist in estate giving at one of the Seton Foundations:
Charley Scarborough x41990 or firstname.lastname@example.org for giving through The Seton Fund to SMCA, UMCB, SHL, SSC, Seton Community Health Centers, Seton Cove and Seton League House
Kristy Gordy x40092 or email@example.com for giving through Children’s Medical Center Foundation to DCMC
Donna Budak x44060 or firstname.lastname@example.org for giving through Seton Williamson Foundation to SMCW
Gerald Hill x45060 or email@example.com for giving through Seton Hays Foundation to SMCH, SEBD or Seton Smithville
Are you looking for resources to create your will?
Contact an attorney who specializes in wills and estates. Fees vary. If you don’t have the budget, websites and computer programs are available. For more information, check out this article from U.S. News & World Report.