When you choose to include Girls Write Now in your estate, you’re creating your own legacy valuing our mission to channel the power of our voices and stories to shape culture, impact industries, and inspire change.
Naming Girls Write Now as a beneficiary of a will, retirement account, life-insurance policy, or trust is the most frequently utilized planned gift option. These generous and enduring gifts enable Girls Write Now to plan long-term strategies to support the next generation of leaders.
Should you chose to include Girls Write Now in your estate, below is some sample language you can use:
“I hereby give and bequeath [amount in dollars or percentage amount] to Girls Write Now, Inc., a New York-based nonprofit, 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization, having federal tax identification number 54-2115054, with its headquarters currently located at 247 West 37th Street Suite 1000, New York, NY 10018 for its general purposes.”
While planned gifts make a lasting and meaningful contribution to Girls Write Now and advance your financial and philanthropic objectives, they also can offer significant tax benefits by substantially reducing capital gains and estate taxes and/or providing immediate income to you or a beneficiary.
U.S. taxpayers wishing to support Girls Write Now through an estate plan can learn more information about planned giving options by contacting Ellen Rae Huang, Director of Development, at 609.205.6215 or at email@example.com.
When you make a donation, you will automatically be added to our email mailing list. You can opt out at any time.