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Leave a legacy

Leaving your positive mark on the world 

A Cambodian man wearing an artificial limb carries a basket of pink lotus flowers through a field.

After losing his leg to a landmine, Mr. Hab Chorn was fitted with an artificial limb by Humanity & Inclusion. He raises livestock and cultivates lotus flowers. | © Eric Martin / Figaro Magazine / HI

Leaving your positive mark on the world with a legacy gift to HI

Legacies in the form of planned giving ensure that your generosity reaches generations to come, while you and your family enjoy the benefits of smart financial planning. Such a gift could be your most powerful and lasting legacy, stretching your generosity to marginalized groups the moment help is needed. 

If you choose to leave a planned gift to Humanity & Inclusion, we would be honored to recognize your extraordinary commitment as a member of our Legacy Society.

To request more information, please complete this form or contact Elizabeth Johnson Sellers at e[email protected]. We will be in touch to discuss what planned giving could mean for you.

Interested in joining our Legacy Society?

MEDIA CONTACT

Elizabeth Johnson Sellers
Email: e[email protected]
Mobile: +1 (270) 847-3443

Contact Us

Humanity & Inclusion
8757 Georgia Ave
Suite 420
Silver Spring, MD 20901
EIN/tax ID number: 55-0914744

[email protected]
+1 (301) 891-2138


Ways to Give a Legacy Gift

A simple way to establish your legacy is to designate Humanity & Inclusion as a beneficiary of your will and trust. We partner with FreeWill to promote free will-writing options for those who may find value in such a service.

A donor-advised fund (DAF) is a philanthropic giving tool that allows you to contribute cash and other assets into an investment account that grows tax-free. You'll receive an immediate tax deduction for your contributions and can recommend grants to be distributed over time to Humanity & Inclusion.

When you gift stock that you've owned for more than one year and itemize, you can receive a charitable income tax deduction. Once received, Humanity & Inclusion immediately releases the stock in accordance with best practice protections in place.

A qualified charitable distribution (QCD) is for donors aged 70 1/2 and older to decrease their taxable income by donating directly from their IRA. You can contribute up to $100,000 a year, and it may satisfy your required minimum distribution.

By joining our First Responder monthly giving community, you'll help to ensure no one is left behind, launch emergency responses and be there for the people we serve after crises disappear from the headlines.

 

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