Siddha Yogis can honor that which matters most in their lives by carefully choosing who will receive their valued possessions and assets after their death. Making the necessary arrangements to give such gifts at the end of life is called planned giving.
Did you know that you can choose to honor the Siddha Yoga path by naming the SYDA Foundation as the beneficiary of a planned gift?
Siddha Yogis share that making the arrangements to do so is deeply fulfilling. You can read Siddha Yogis’ shares on the Share Your Experience page, and you may also wish to share your own experience.
You can find information about the various ways to make a planned gift on the Planned Giving Methods page. There you can learn more about
You may also refer to the Commonly Asked Questions about Planned Giving, where you will learn why making an estate plan is important and how you can name the SYDA Foundation as a beneficiary of your planned gift or bequest.
If a planned gift is something you wish to consider, please contact the Planned Giving Department for assistance. All communications are confidential and without obligation.
The Planned Giving Department would also appreciate being notified if you have already named the SYDA Foundation as the beneficiary of a bequest.