Make a Lasting Impact with a Legacy Gift


By making a simple gift in your will or estate plans, you can support AHA Foundation for years to come. Your gift will help survivors of honor violence, female genital mutilation, forced and child marriage as well as our efforts to promote Enlightenment values and freedom of speech through the various initiatives of the AHA Foundation.

How It Works

You designate a particular asset or a percentage of your estate to AHA Foundation by including a bequest provision in your will or revocable trust.
A bequest might not be received by AHA Foundation for many years, thus the restrictions placed upon your gift should be as minimal as possible.


Benefits

  • Your gift costs you nothing now. You retain control of your assets during your lifetime.
  • You can change your mind or modify your gift if circumstances change.
  • You can leave a gift in honor or memory of someone who also loved the work of the AHA Foundation.
  • Your gift is 100% deductible for estate tax purposes in the U.S. Your gift may place your estate in a lower estate tax bracket and help reduce the tax burden for your heirs.


Legal Designation

With the help of your estate advisor, you can include language in your will or trust specifying that you would like to make a gift to AHA Foundation. The following sample language can be included in your will:

General Bequest Language

“I bequeath $_______ to the AHA Foundation, 130 7th Avenue, Suite 236, New York, NY 10011, Federal Tax ID Number 33-1185369.”

Bequest of a Percent of the Estate

"I bequeath to the AHA Foundation, 130 7th Avenue, Suite 236, New York, NY 10011, Federal Tax ID Number 33-1185369, _______% of the rest and residue of my estate."

Bequest – Residuary

"After all specific bequests, devises and expenses have been taken care of, I hereby give the residuary of my estate to the AHA Foundation, 130 7th Avenue, Suite 236, New York, NY 10011, Federal Tax ID Number 33-1185369."
Tax ID Number: 33-1185369

Make a Lasting Impact with a Legacy Gift


By making a simple gift in your will or estate plans, you can support AHA Foundation for years to come. Your gift will help survivors of honor violence, female genital mutilation, forced and child marriage as well as our efforts to promote Enlightenment values and freedom of speech through the various initiatives of the AHA Foundation.

How It Works

You designate a particular asset or a percentage of your estate to AHA Foundation by including a bequest provision in your will or revocable trust.
A bequest might not be received by AHA Foundation for many years, thus the restrictions placed upon your gift should be as minimal as possible.


Benefits

  • Your gift costs you nothing now. You retain control of your assets during your lifetime.
  • You can change your mind or modify your gift if circumstances change.
  • You can leave a gift in honor or memory of someone who also loved the work of the AHA Foundation.
  • Your gift is 100% deductible for estate tax purposes in the U.S. Your gift may place your estate in a lower estate tax bracket and help reduce the tax burden for your heirs.


Legal Designation

With the help of your estate advisor, you can include language in your will or trust specifying that you would like to make a gift to AHA Foundation. The following sample language can be included in your will:

General Bequest Language

“I bequeath $_______ to the AHA Foundation, 130 7th Avenue, Suite 236, New York, NY 10011, Federal Tax ID Number 33-1185369.”

Bequest of a Percent of the Estate

"I bequeath to the AHA Foundation, 130 7th Avenue, Suite 236, New York, NY 10011, Federal Tax ID Number 33-1185369, _______% of the rest and residue of my estate."

Bequest – Residuary

"After all specific bequests, devises and expenses have been taken care of, I hereby give the residuary of my estate to the AHA Foundation, 130 7th Avenue, Suite 236, New York, NY 10011, Federal Tax ID Number 33-1185369."
Tax ID Number: 33-1185369

The information on this website is not intended as legal, tax or accounting advice. For such advice, please consult an attorney or tax advisor.
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