Would you like to include the CFCC in your plans?
If you want to include the CFCC or one of its funds in your will or other planning document, here is the language you want to use to ensure your intentions are honored:
"I have named the Community Foundation of Crawford County, Inc., (EIN: 20-0834966) at 4030 E. Goodman Ridge Road, Box D, Marengo, Indiana 47145, as a beneficiary of my (Will, IRA, Insurance Policy, etc.) in the amount of $0000.00 or to receive ________________ property.
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