Leave a Legacy in Your Community

Leaving a Legacy In Your Community
Your will is a written testimonial to the concern you have for your family, loved ones, and your community. It is a way to show others what you value above all else in life. It is also an important and easy way for you to share your resources with the people and organizations that matter the most to you.

What does matter the most to you?

Is it the safety and security provided by the first responders in our Police Department?

Or, the loving care that neglected and abandoned cats and dogs receive at the Paws and Claws Care Center?

Or perhaps is it the youth outreach programs that our police officers run?

If these are important to you, you may want to consider remembering the Apache Junction Police Department in your financial planning.

For information about the Police Department click here. Apache Junction Police

There are many ways you can include the Apache Junction Police Department in your will. However, the easiest way to make your wishes known is to use language similar to the following:

I give, devise and bequest to the Apache Junction Police Department, an Arizona municipal corporation, located at 1001 North Idaho Road, Apache Junction, Arizona, 85119, the sum of $_____ (or) _____% of my estate to be used at the discretion of the Apache Junction Chief of Police.

I authorize that the funds can be used for ongoing operations, become part of a permanent endowment, to be used for facility or program expansion, and/or to generate income for the future. I direct my Executor or Personal Representative to submit a check in the noted amount above payable to "City of Apache Junction".

This is the easiest and most popular way. It is also the most useful type of gift, as it allows the Chief of Police to determine the wisest and best use of the funds at the time of receipt.

Please consider including a bequest to the Police Department as a part of your long-range financial plans.

As is the case with all legal and financial matters, it is wise to consult with your will and trust attorney and/or financial planner prior to making any decisions.

For additional ways to include the Police Department in your charitable plans, please contact Chief of Police Thomas E. Kelly at 480-474-5466 or email.