Making Ahimsa Rescue Foundation a Part
of Your Legacy

Combine your personal and philanthropic goals by making Ahimsa Rescue Foundation apart of our future financial and estate planning.  Some of the most common strategies to make an impact at Ahimsa Rescue Foundation in the future include:

  • Naming Ahimsa Rescue Foundation in your will or revocable trust

  • Specifying Ahimsa Rescue Foundation as a beneficiary of your retirement account or life insurance

  • Establishing a charitable gift annuity with Ahimsa Rescue Foundation that provides tax benefits and income for life

Commonly Requested Information

The following details are often required when planning a future gift for Ahimsa Rescue Foundation.

  • Legal Name:  Ahimsa Rescue Foundation

  • Mailing Address:  PO Box 409, Muldrow, OK 74948

  • Tax ID #:  27-0099426

  • Contact Information:  Ahimsa Rescue Foundation | (479) 651-1319 |

Sample Bequest Language

The following sample language in your will or revocable trust ensures that Ahimsa Rescue Foundation will benefit from you generosity and link your legacy with continuing to help animals in need:  “I give                        (specific dollar amount or percentage) to Ahimsa Rescue Foundation, of Muldrow, OK in Sequoyah County, OK, for its general purposes.”

Retirement Accounts and Life Insurance Policies

A simple method for including Ahimsa Rescue Foundation in your financial and estate planning is to name us as a beneficiary of your retirement account or life insurance policy.  The process is simple and can generally be done online or by completing a beneficiary designation form provided by your account administrator.

Contact Us

If you have any questions, would like to discuss more specific bequest language, or have already included us in your estate plans, please feel free to reach out.  We are always happy to work with you and your advisors to meet your goals.  (479) 651-1319 or


Ahimsa Rescue Foundation does not offer legal advice and we encourage anyone considering a planned gift to consult with their own financial and tax advisors.