Help the alopecia areata community now and for years to come Name NAAF in Your Will or Estate Plan You can help support alopecia research, support, and awareness by directing a gift to NAAF through your will or trust. You may designate the gift as unrestricted (used where NAAF needs most) or restricted (used to fund specific programs). These gifts, commonly called bequests, are deductible from your gross estate, can offer tax estate savings, and have no maximum amount. We are excited to announce our partnership with FreeWill, a complimentary online tool designed to help with your estate planning. It’s user-friendly and helps: Make writing your will straightforward and hassle-free. Safeguard the interests of your loved ones. Support causes you believe in Get Started Today As you create your will, you will even have the option to plan a gift to NAAF and make a generational impact on alopecia areata research — at no cost today. You can also use freewill to let us know if NAAF is already named as a beneficiary in your will or trust so that we can celebrate and recognize you for your generosity now. Report My Gift Designation of Beneficiaries Also, thanks to our partnership with FreeWill, you can easily plan beneficiaries for your non-probate assets in one place. Did you know? Having a valid will in place is not enough. Assets you pass on outside of your will are called non-probate assets. They include lRAs, 401(k)s, pensions, life insurance policies, and certain bank and brokerage accounts. If beneficiaries are properly set for these non-probate assets, ownership can transfer faster than your assets that must go through probate. Plan My Beneficiaries Contact NAAF Vice President of Development, Robbie Baker at (415) 851-8966 to answer any questions and to make the process as easy as possible for you.