Planned Giving

SYNGAP1 syndrome is a rare disease, and families have few places to turn for continued support year after year. SynGAP Research Fund(SRF) offers hope and support throughout a patient’s lifelong journey with SynGAP syndrome. SRF guarantees patients and families have the tools and support they need to assure the best quality of care for their loved one. SRF supports members by funding research for treatments and a cure; through family support and advocacy programs; by hosting educational conferences and workshops; and by offering support for bereaved families.

“I wish I could do more” are words we often hear from the thoughtful people who support SRF's mission. In truth, you can do more for the future of SRF and the future of our community through carefully planned gifts. There are many ways you can leave a legacy and help sustain SRF, while providing significant tax benefits for your family and heirs. In addition to an outright, tax-deductible cash gift, there are other ways you can support our mission:

If you choose to name SRF in your will or other estate planning, please include the following information:

SynGAP Research Fund, a nonprofit corporation, organized and existing under the laws of the State of California and with the address of 1270 Lincoln Ave., Palo Alto, CA, 94301

Tax identification number: 83-1200789

Designation language example: “I give to the SynGAP Research Fund, a tax-exempt corporation, with its principal business office at 1270 Lincoln Ave., Palo Alto, CA, 94301 (insert written amount of gift, percentage of estate or residuary of estate or description of property) to be used for the mission of the organization.”

If you would like assistance planning and directing your gift to SRF, please contact Peter Haliburton at:

SynGAP Research Fund
1270 Lincoln Ave.
Palo Alto, CA 94301
214.289.9703
E-mail: peter@syngapresearchfund.org

It is not necessary for you to contact us if you have chosen to leave a gift benefiting SRF, however, we would always like to know so we can show our appreciation for your generosity.


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