Your plans for the future will help
us protect the lives of animals today.
Include Anderson in your estate plans now through the end of 2020 and we'llreceive a $500 donation to support our life-saving programs!
Here's how it works:
Include Anderson Animal Shelter in your will or trust, or as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy, retirement plan or bank account.
Tell us about your gift by completing our online Intention Form (click here).
A generous donor will contribute $500 to Anderson, while funds last!
Leave a Legacy of Compassion.
The Dottie Hinze Legacy Society was created to recognize a visionary group of supporters who have demonstrated their extraordinary commitment to Anderson’s future by including Anderson in their estate plans.
“The future depends on what you do today.“
- Mahatma Gandhi
Your legacy gift will help Anderson:
Ensure that no adoptable animal is ever euthanized.
Provide the care and training our homeless pets need to become ready for their forever homes.
Save the lives of thousands of injured and orphaned wild animals.
Create and support connections between people and animals, changing their lives for the better.
“If you’re going to live, leave a legacy.
Make a mark on the world that can’t be erased.“
- Maya Angelou
In order to simplify the estate planning process, Anderson has teamed up with FreeWill. Using FreeWill, you can create or update your will for free, online in less than 20 minutes. The FreeWill tool is free to you, whether you choose to include Anderson in your estate planning or not, and can be used to create a fully valid legal will or simply to begin the process before completing it with an attorney. Click to get started.
You can create your legally valid will online, for free in less than 20 minutes!
If you have included Anderson Animal Shelter in your estate plans, or want to learn more about opportunities to make a donation for our future, contact:
Director of Development
(847) 697-2880 x 31
Dottie‘s legacy began with a visit to the shelter, creating a story that can be told forever.
Dottie left the shelter tour feeling compelled to build an animal hospital for Anderson Animal Shelter. She contemplated for years how to make the desire in her heart a reality.
When Dottie passed away in 2019, it was a donation made from her estate that allowed Anderson to take the first steps in realizing her dream.
“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” - Eleanor Roosevelt