Leave a legacy for generations of children! Learn about two ways to make a lasting impact:
Have peace of mind knowing that you can protect your loved ones while protecting the rights of children in need. Many Lawyers For Children supporters choose to leave a donation in their wills and trusts as a way to have a long-term impact without any upfront cost during their lifetimes.
Making a will is one of the most impactful and easiest ways to extend your love and generosity for many years to come.
- Use this free tool to create your legal will online, or document your wishes and find an attorney near you.
- Specify within your will the amount or percentage of your estate you’d like to leave to Lawyers For Children and other causes.
- Rest assured knowing you’ll be making a positive change for vulnerable children for generations to come.
Have an attorney?
If you’d prefer to go your attorney to draft or update your will, you can let him/her know of the following language:
“I bequeath (amount or percentage) to Lawyers For Children, a non-profit corporation existing under the laws of New York, with the principal business address of 110 Lafayette Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY. and federal tax identification number 13-3202043.”
If you have questions about planned giving options, email email@example.com or call 212-966-6420. If you have included LFC in your planned giving already, we’d love to know so we can recognize your contribution.
If you are 70.5 or older, and you have a traditional IRA, there’s a smart way to give to Lawyers for Children. You can make a contribution, also known as a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD), from your IRA that is 100% tax free, whether or not you itemize deductions on your tax return.
Learn morefrom our partner FreeWill about QCD donations and how they can make a big difference on your tax return, or talk to your financial advisor.