With a monthly pledge automatically charged to your credit card, you will help the Center expand the possibilities for women and their families. All you have to do is use this form to make your first gift. Each subsequent month’s gift will be processed automatically until you cancel. If for any reason you need to change or discontinue your pledge, you may do so at any time by writing our office, emailing email@example.com, or calling (202) 588-5180.
An outright gift of appreciated securities, or stock, is a quick and easy way to make a meaningful gift and to receive an income tax deduction for the fair market value of the stock at the time of the gift.
National Women’s Law Center
Stock Transfer Information
Bruce Auerbach at World Financial Services handles the Center's stock donations. He can be reached at (212) 584-2001 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All deliveries must include the client name and FCC account number.
Your stock broker can transfer all DTC Eligible Securities to:
DTC #: 0141
(National Women’s Law Center; A/C # 3135-5927)
For mail or hand delivery of stock certificates, the address is:
World Financial Services
Attention: Bruce Auerbach
270 Madison Avenue, Suite 1503
New York, NY 10016
Tax ID # 52-1213010
The stock transfer should note that it is for:
Further Credit (National Women’s Law Center; A/C # 3135-5927)
Please note that it is critical that you notify the Center when you are making a gift of securities. Without such notice, the Center’s broker may not know that a gift of stock is intended for the Center. During normal business hours, please contact Daris Coleman at the National Women's Law Center at (202) 588-5180 so that we will know to expect your gift.
If your company has a matching gift program, please send us the appropriate form along with your gift. Your gift will be doubly appreciated.
Combined Federal Campaign: NWLC’s code is 10486
Federal employees may contribute to the National Women’s Law Center through the Combined Federal Campaign using code 10486. This code is valid only for federal workplace campaigns and not for other workplace fund drives.
One of the most meaningful ways you can help the Center is by making a gift to the Center's permanent endowment. This fund helps to ensure the stability and vitality of the Center’s work and provides the flexibility needed to meet challenges wrought by swings in national leadership and political climate; enhances the Center's ability to move forward on innovative, cutting-edge projects; and enables the Center to continue to expand its infrastructure and capacity. It also helps guarantee that advocates for the most vulnerable among us will always be there, fighting for the voices of women and families to be heard and for our laws and public policies to reflect their needs and concerns.
For more information on making a gift to the endowment, please contact the Development office at (202) 588-5180 or email@example.com.
Including the Center in your estate or other long-term giving plans ensures that the issues you care about today will continue to receive your financial support in the future. Planned giving provides donors with a practical, financially attractive way to support the Center's work while offering several added benefits beyond the standard income tax deduction for a charitable gift. Donors may realize additional tax savings in the areas of estate taxes, capital gains and gift taxes.
The following are some examples of planned gifts: outright bequest by will, immediate gift annuity, charitable remainder trust, life insurance gift.
For further information about making a planned gift to the Center, please call the Development office at (202) 588-5180 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can print this form and mail it with a check to NWLC, 11 Dupont Circle NW, Suite 800, Washington, D.C. 20036. Call the Center's Development office at (202) 588-5180 if you have any questions.
The Pension Protection Act of 2006 includes a charitable giving incentive that allows individual age 70 1/2 to make tax-free distributions of up to $100,000 from traditional Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) or Roth IRAs directly to charitable organizations (except donor-advised funds, supporting organizations and private foundations). This provision applies to distributions made in taxable years before January 1, 2008.
For more information contact the Development office at (202) 588-5180 or send email to email@example.com.