Good Planning Requires Good Information: We Have It For You, Online!

Please visit www.firstnationsgift.org, our new planned giving website

First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) is pleased to offer our friends and supporters information on personal and estate planning through our new planned giving website at www.firstnationsgift.org. When you visit our website, you will find helpful gift-planning information and enjoy reading articles offered such as personal planning, savvy living, Washington and financial news.

You may use our secure online Wills Planner, which walks you through the entire process of creating your will. You may also run personal gift calculations to view how your giving can benefit both you and our organization’s good work and be part of First Nations’ Legacy Society – a group of individuals who have included our organization in their estate plans and are committed to making a lasting contribution to our mission to strengthen American Indian economies to support healthy Native communities.

First Nations’ Legacy Society is our way of honoring the visionary contributions of these individuals who are dedicated to advancing First Nation’s mission. “First Nations is truly grateful to those who have made provisions in their estate plans to ensure we continue to invest in and create innovative institutions and models that strengthen asset control and support economic development for American Indian people and their communities,” said First Nations President Michael Roberts. “We were recently honored with an anonymous bequest based on our scope of work, track record in Native communities, and top charity ratings. This gift is so very meaningful to us. We are dedicated to carrying out and honoring the donor’s philanthropic wishes and using this gift wisely.”

Eileen Egan

For more information on First Nation’s Legacy Society, please contact Eileen Egan, Associate Director of Development, at (303) 774-7836 or at eegan@firstnations.org. If you have already chosen to include First Nations in your estate plans, we ask that you complete our Legacy Intention Form or contact us. We would welcome the opportunity to talk with you further about the impact your thoughtful gift will have on the communities we serve and thank you for your generosity.