Planned giving creates opportunities for you to combine your commitment to worker issues, philanthropic goals, and financial needs. Determining what gift is right for you is just as important as making the gift, and we want to make sure your financial and charitable goals are satisfied as you help build a stronger movement for worker justice. Planned giving takes many forms:
- Gifts of Securities - Gifts of stocks, bonds, and mutual fund shares are a great way to support workers and at the same time receive a year-end tax break. Click here to find out how to give gifts of securities.
- Bequests - A bequest is a gift or legacy left in your will or living trust, typically personal property or assets. If you have added IWJ in your will, please downloadand complete the bequest form and mail or fax (773-728-8409) to IWJ.
- Insurance Plans - Whether you are purchasing a new policy or giving a policy that is no longer relevant to your needs, Interfaith Worker Justice can be named as a recipient of part or all of the policy proceeds.
- Retirement Plans - Giving a retirement plan as a gift (401(k)plans, IRAs, stock bonus plans, etc.), is a convenient way to help build the movement for worker justice and reduce taxes for yourself and/or your heirs.