Your passion to create a world without poverty will be permanently memorialized when you include Grameen Foundation in your estate plan. You can make a bequest to Grameen Foundation in your Will or Living Trust, or name Grameen Foundation as the beneficiary of your retirement plan, life insurance policy, bank account or mutual fund.
Planned Giving provides answers to questions such as:
- Would you like to sell real estate or stock that has grown in value, yet are discouraged by the amount of capital gains tax you would have to pay?
- Do you have a loved one who is incapable of managing an inheritance, yet for whom you want to provide a living allowance?
- Are you concerned about the amount of inheritance taxes that your family will have to pay?
We are enormously grateful
We are grateful to all our planned-gift donors for their generous support. They are women and men like Diana Gondon, who desired to leave a legacy that would make a lasting difference. Read about Diana.
Information for Your Attorney
When making or revising a will or living trust, please consult with an estate planning attorney. Grameen Foundation is available to work with you and your attorney to assure that your gift intention is properly structured to make an impact that is meaningful to you. We encourage you to speak with us if you are interested in making a bequest or other gift.
Our Legal Name: Grameen Foundation USA
Out Tax I.D. Number: #73-1502797
We are located in Washington, DC
For additional questions about planned giving or our Legacy Society, please contact Elizebeth Tucker at eltucker [at] grameenfoundation.org or 202-794-7347.