Legacy Giving with ADC

You have the power to create an enduring influence on the struggle for civil rights for generations to come by including ADC in your will, naming us as a beneficiary, or through other legacy methods.

FreeWill with ADC

With our partners at FreeWill, you can create your legal will for free, which makes it simple to start your legacy with the ADC in a few minutes. If you would prefer to finalize your will with an attorney, you can save time with your lawyer by using FreeWill to document your wishes first.

ADC Smart Giving Tool

With our Smart Giving Tool, you can join ADC in creating a positive change in the world. Receive tax benefits and make the most of your contribution by donating non-cash assets. Your contribution can make a real impact by providing aid to those who require it.

Create a Timeless Legacy

Planned gifts are easy to make and represent a present-day commitment to the long-term future. You can make a lasting impact on our ability to fight for civil rights while also achieving tax relief and preserving your assets for the next generation. The option that is best for you will depend on your circumstances. We encourage you to speak with your attorney or financial planner to determine what makes the most sense for you and your family.

  • Include ADC in your will
    Whether you designate a specific amount or leave a percentage of your estate, your legacy gift is an investment in our future.
  • Designate ADC as a beneficiary
    Naming ADC as a beneficiary in your retirement plans, life insurance policies, and annuities creates a lasting foundation for our urgent work.
  • Donate non-cash assets
    Donating certain non-cash assets like real estate, stocks and bonds can provide significant tax benefits while advancing our mission.
  • Make qualified charitable distributions
    If you are 70½ or older, you can give up to $100,000 per year from your IRA without any income tax implications.

The information provided on this page is intended for informational purposes only. We recommend consulting with your attorney and/or financial planner to determine giving options that make the most sense for you and your circumstances.

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