Bequests and Wills
Remembering Memorial Sloan Kettering in Your Estate Plans
A bequest is a gift through your will or living trust that costs you nothing now but provides support to us after your lifetime. Bequests offer flexibility and can be structured to fit your personal situation. The gift is revocable, so you can change your mind at any time should your circumstances change.
You can make a bequest of cash, marketable securities, real estate, or personal property such as art or jewelry. Or you can simply give us a percentage of your estate.
Although legal consultation is advisable before you establish any type of will provision, you can make your gift in as little as one sentence:
"I give and bequeath to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, 1275 York Avenue, New York, New York 10065, federal tax identification number 13-1924236, ___% of my residuary estate (or $___, or other property)."
Please contact us to learn more about variations of how you may direct your support, such as designating your gift for a special purpose or program within the scope of MSK's mission.
See how you can make a difference with a gift in your will through our guide, Legacy Planning.
- Obtain legal help before establishing any type of will provision.
- Contact our Office of Planned Giving staff for information or assistance. Notifying us of your intended bequest allows us to thank you and make sure we have a clear understanding of your plans. It also gives us an opportunity to welcome you into the Cullum Society. Your notification will be treated confidentially, if you so desire.
Toll free: 800-688-1827
- Please use our legal name, address, and Federal Tax ID if incorporating MSK into your plans:
Legal Name: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Address: 1275 York Avenue, New York, NY 10065
Federal Tax ID Number: 13-1924236