With a charitable gift annuity, you can provide lifetime payments for yourself or a loved one and, as part of your legacy, help ensure the ability of Public Justice to lead the fight for real legal change.
How a Charitable Gift Annuity Works
You make a gift to Public Justice. We reinvest the assets and agree to pay you, or up to two beneficiaries you name, a lifetime annuity. At the end of the contract, we receive the remaining funds. Annuity payments are backed by segregated reserve funds and are a general obligation of Public Justice.
Minimum Age: 65 Minimum Amount: $10,000. Assets Accepted: Cash or marketable securities such as stocks or bonds. Payment Schedule: Annual, semi-annual, quarterly, or monthly.
If you are under age 65 and planning for your income needs during retirement, you may want to consider a deferred gift annuity, described below.
Benefits of a Charitable Gift Annuity
Fixed lifetime annuity at an attractive rate
A current charitable income tax deduction for a portion of your gift
A portion of annuity payments is tax-free in most cases
Annuity backed by reserve funds and the assets of Public Justice
Capital gains tax savings if you fund the annuity with appreciated securities
The satisfaction of providing long-term support for Public Justice
Public Justice applies the rates recommended by the American Council on Gift Annuities, effective as of January 1, 2012 (unchanged as of November 6, 2017). Please contact us for the specific rate for your age.
Deferred Gift Annuities
If you are under age 65 or wish to defer the start date of your payments and increase your annuity rate, please ask us about our deferred gift annuities. With a deferred annuity, you make a current gift but payments begin at a future date at least one year after the gift is made. The minimum age payments begin is 65. The annuity rate and amount are set at the time the gift is made.
Please refer to our Charitable Gift Annuity Policy for further details on our charitable gift annuity program.
The above information is not intended as tax or legal advice, and your tax treatment may vary depending on your circumstances. Please consult with your tax advisor. To learn more about Charitable Gift Annuities or to receive a personalized illustration showing how a gift annuity could work for you, please contact Kelly Simon, Development Director at (202) 861-5253 or firstname.lastname@example.org.