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Fall 1996

Editor: Brad Scott


Wills

What's one of the most important ways you can support VRG? Adding The Vegetarian Resource Group to your will ensures that your desire for spreading vegetarian information continues long after you do. While we hope everyone lives a long and happy life, no one knows what life holds in store. That's why, regardless of your age, it is important to be sure your wishes will be carried out after you're gone. We thank the many loyal supporters who have recently updated their wills to include The Vegetarian Resource Group.

Other ways to provide financial support include charitable remainder trusts, annuities, and gifts of appreciated stocks or mutual funds. If you donate securities by the end of this year, you can support VRG's work, take a tax deduction for the current value, and avoid paying capital gains taxes on the appreciated value. Wouldn't you much rather give money to VRG than to the IRS?

We are happy to discuss the types of projects you wish to support. For more information, please contact Debra Wasserman, Charles Stahler, or Brad Scott at (410) 366-8343.


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