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Our Legal Name and Address:

The Aroostook Aspirations Initiative is a 501(c) 3 tax-exempt charitable organization.
The address is 26 North St., Box 138, Presque Isle, ME 04769

Percentage of Estate:

I give to The Aroostook Aspirations Initiative, whose mailing address is 26 North St., Box 138, Presque Isle, ME, 04769,_____% of my estate to be used in such a manner as the Board of Directors of The Aroostook Aspirations Initiative shall, in its sole discretion, determine.

Fixed Amount:

I give to The Aroostook Aspirations Initiative, whose mailing address is 26 North St., Box 138, Presque Isle, ME, 04769, the sum of $_____to be used in such a manner as the Board of Directors of The Aroostook Aspirations Initiative shall, in its sole discretion, determine.

Residue of Estate (after probate costs and other expenses):

I give to The Aroostook Aspirations Initiative, whose mailing address is 26 North St., Box 138, Presque Isle, ME, 04769,_____% of the rest and residue of my estate to be used in such a manner as the Board of Directors of The Aroostook Aspirations Initiative shall, in its sole discretion, determine.

Safety Language:

Language added whenever a gift is restricted
In the event the purposes of the restriction, in the opinion of the Board of Directors of The Aroostook Aspirations Initiative, can no longer be served, the Board may devote any remaining assets exclusively for charitable purposes that: (a) are within the scope of the charitable purpose, (b) most nearly approximate the original purpose of the gift; and (c) benefits the charity.

We would like to take the opportunity to extend to you our warm appreciation for your kind consideration; we are truly honored to be thought of in this way. We find some our friends prefer to keep anonymity and we most honorably respect that. If you would like to let us know of your intentions, we invite you to contact us so we can extend our thank you personally.

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*This information should not be considered legal advice. We recommend contact with your attorney for legal advice on planned giving matters.