Giving Through Your Will You can have a significant impact on the school nutrition profession with a gift that will benefit SNA and its members well into the future. These gifts may not require any of your current assets. Some planned gifts may have tax advantages for you today and may provide increased income for you during your lifetime. You may find that a planned gift makes it possible for you to make a larger gift than you ever thought possible. Easy: The easiest and most popular planned gift is including the Foundation in your will, also known as giving by bequest. A provision for SNF may be made by adding a codicil to your will without making other changes to the document.Flexible: A gift in your will requires no cash now. The gift will occur after your lifetime and you can change your mind at any time. Versatile: You may designate a sum of cash, a percentage of assets, or specific assets for the Foundation and you can make the gift contingent on various situations.To assist you and your financial and/or estate advisor in including SNF in your will, click here for sample bequest language.The information on this website is not intended as legal or tax advice. For legal or tax advice, please consult an attorney.