Other Ways to Give
Gifts of Stock
Gifts of stock can provide generous support for Women Writing for (a) Change® and may provide an additional tax benefit in the case of securities held more than one year. Please consult your financial advisor regarding your individual situation. Your advisor will want to know that WWf(a)C is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization as determined by the Internal Revenue Code. Please see How to Transfer Gifts of Stock. Click here for PDF.
Increase your gift at no extra cost to you! Your employer may offer matching gift opportunities to employees, directors, employees’ spouses or retirees. If your company offers a gift matching program, please contact the human resources department to begin the process. Please fill out and mail any required forms to:
Women Writing for (a) Change
6906 Plainfield Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45236
Full legal name of the organization:
Women Writing for (a) Change Foundation
For questions or additional information about making a gift, please contact
Mary Wood-Constable at email@example.com or 513-272-1171.
IRA Rollover Gifts
Are you at least 70 1/2 and need to take a Required Minimum Distribution each year from your IRA account? Do you love and want to support Women Writing for (a) Change? You can make a gift to WWf(a)C and avoid increasing your taxable income with that distribution. Simply ask your IRA administrator to make a direct transfer to WWf(a)C. If the distribution is made directly to a nonprofit organization such as WWf(a)C, the withdrawal is excluded from your taxable income entirely.
Known as a Qualified Charitable Distribution, this transfer can be accomplished easily, and with great tax savings, by contacting your IRA account administrator for a direct transfer to WWf(a)C. As always, please consult your financial advisor regarding your individual situation. To qualify, the funds must be transferred directly from the IRA administrator, or you may write a check from your IRA checkbook. Funds that are withdrawn by you and then contributed do not qualify.
Plan a Future Gift
Legacy, or Future Gifts are planned now for the future benefit of Women Writing for (a) Change. Bequests or Beneficiary Designations provide a way that donors can make a significant contribution, often allowing for much larger gifts than can be made in one’s lifetime. It is always recommended to seek experienced legal and financial counsel in planning such gifts.
Your advisors will want to know that we are considered tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code and our full legal name is Women Writing for (a) Change Foundation. Our federal taxpayer identification number is 31-1697279.
Bequests can be made to Women Writing for (a) Change in your will, or in a codicil to your will. A codicil may be added without changing the rest of the will. Types of bequests:
Specific bequest: This may be a particular sum of money or a specific asset that you wish to leave to WWf(a)C.
Residual bequest: This is made by naming WWf(a)C to receive a percentage of your estate, or the residual portion that remains after first taking care of your loved ones.
Contingent Bequest: This names WWf(a)C to receive a bequest only in the event that other beneficiaries are no longer living.
- Life Insurance
You may designate Women Writing for (a) Change as the owner and beneficiary of a paid up life insurance policy that you wish to donate. Alternately, you may make WWf(a)C the full beneficiary, percentage beneficiary or contingent beneficiary of a policy. This type gift may provide you with tax benefits now and in the future.
- Retirement Plan Beneficiary Designations
You may also designate WWf(a)C as the beneficiary of many types of retirement plans. Using the beneficiary designation form avoids potential tax liabilities that may occur if leaving them through your will.
- Charitable Remainder Trusts
Charitable remainder trusts are part charitable gift and part life income. If you name WWf(a)C as the charitable beneficiary, the assets remaining at the termination of the trust will go to support our work. Prior to termination of the trust, you or the designated income recipient receive regular payments from the trust. Legal counsel is needed to set up a charitable remainder trust.