Membership in the Watts Foundation entitles you to the following:
* Membership card
* Foundation sticker
* A free 1-year subscription to
The Watts Health Newsletter
* Personal invitations to special events, and more
Immediate Family Members: $75.00 annually
Other Family Members: $40.00 annually
Associate Members (others): $25.00 annually
Bronze Sponsor: $500 - 1,000
Link to website, poster to post at business.
Silver Sponsor: $1,000 - 2,500
Link to website, poster to post at business, promotional announcement during events.
Gold Sponsor: $2,500 & up
Link to website, poster to post at business, promotional announcement during events, your logo on Foundation print material.
These are annual corporate sponsorships. If you are interested in becoming one of our corporate sponsors, please contact the office at (323)305-2376.
Bequests & Trusts
Through bequests, charitable trusts, charitable gift annuities, life insurance, retirement plans, pooled income funds gifts, or other gift arrangements, you are doing a great service in the fight against cancer.
A bequest (a gift you designate in your will) may be the most meaningful gesture you will ever make. There are several types of bequests including:
General bequests - to transfer a stated sum of money. If there's insufficient cash in your estate to cover the bequest, other assets must be sold to meet the amount.
Residuary bequests - to transfer the "rest, residue and remainder" of your estate, or a percentage of the residue, after all other bequests, debts and taxes have been paid.
Endowed bequests - to allow you to restrict the principal of your gift so that only the investment income generated by the funds can be used. Because the principal is never touched, the fund can last forever.
Honorary or memorial bequests are given to commemorate someone. The honoree might be named in a program or report or even on a room or a building. Grants, scholarships and prizes in your name or that of a family member are other common memorial gifts.
Please let us know when you have named the Watts Foundation in your will, so we can thank you. While public recognition of your gift often inspires generosity in others, we also understand that anonymity may be your preference.