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Planned Giving

Maximize Your Impact & Minimize your Taxes

 

Consider these tax-beneficial ways to support pollinators, biodiversity & future generations!

 

Give through your IRA

If you are 73 years of age or older, you are required to take an annual income withdrawal—aka a Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) from your IRA. Using your RMD for good—like supporting PPAN—via a Qualified Charitable Distribution/IRA rollover—can be a tax-advantageous way to give and may provide you with greater tax savings than a cash donation.

Give through a Donor-Advised Fund

Donor-advised funds are the fastest-growing charitable giving vehicle in the United States.

You can give cash or non-cash assets—stock, real estate, cryptocurrency, IPOs etc.—to a new or existing donor-advised fund and begin recommending grants to your favorite nonprofits immediately. Doing so generally makes you eligible to take an immediate tax deduction.

 

Already have a DAF?

Recommend your gift using our DAF donation form on this page!

 

Make a Gift of Stock

Transferring shares of appreciated stocks and mutual funds directly to either a donor-advised fund or to a charitable nonprofit organization helps you potentially eliminate capital gains.

Make a Charitable Bequest

Leave a portion of your estate—cash, stock, or other asset—to PPAN in your will. This is one of the simplest and most impactful ways to provide ongoing support for the protection of pollinators, biodiversity, and the health of future generations after your lifetime. If you do so, please inform us of your plans at the email below.

Questions or need assistance? Email us!

info@peopleandpollinators.org.


PPAN does not provide tax, legal, or accounting advice. Please be sure to talk to a professional tax advisor or accountant. Once you've done so, provide them with our info:

PPAN • PO Box 355 • Niwot, CO 80544

Tax ID #47-2260229

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