Philanthropy

Philanthropy is usually associated with the very wealthy, but more than half (56%) of all Americans make charitable donations each year.

Philanthropy Counsel at Washington Law Partners

Philanthropy is usually associated with the very wealthy. However, you don’t have to be rich to be philanthropic. More than half (56%) of all Americans make charitable donations each year, and increasingly more people are becoming aware of the power of Planned Giving to enable them to make much larger gifts to their favorite charities than they might otherwise be able to make through ordinary income.

What is Planned Giving?

Planned Giving in Washington is a process that enables you to make charitable donations to nonprofit organizations through your financial and estate plans. Typically, these gifts are made upon your passing to help further the missions of organizations that occupied your time and enjoyed your passion during your lifetime.

Why Choose Philanthropy Counsel at Washington Law Partners?

Washington Law Partners’, lead philanthropy attorney in USA has more than three decades of experience in philanthropy, having worked with donors to colleges and universities, healthcare organizations, arts and cultural organizations, as well as community-based organizations all around the country. He has advised donors in realizing their philanthropic goals, and recipients in advancing their important missions toward the betterment of society.

Planned Giving Vehicles

Washington Law Partners’, lead philanthropy attorney in USA has more than three decades of experience in philanthropy, having worked with donors to colleges and universities, healthcare organizations, arts and cultural organizations, as well as community-based organizations all around the country. He has advised donors in realizing their philanthropic goals, and recipients in advancing their important missions toward the betterment of society.

  • Bequests
  • Charitable Gift Annuities
  • Real Estate
  • Donor Advised Funds
  • Life Insurance
  • Personal Property
  • Charitable Remainder Trusts
  • Charitable Lead Trusts
  • Retirement Plans
  • Stocks and Appreciated Assets
  • IRA Rollover

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