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Planned Giving

Planned Giving with Citizens United

In addition to giving online or by phone/mail, you can help Citizens United fight for conservative principles through planned giving. Unlike an outright gift, a planned gift uses a financial instrument to make the contribution (whether a simple contract, will, or trust).

In return for a planned gift, donors and their families not only help Citizens United fulfill its mission, they may also receive important estate and income tax benefits, or even an annual income stream for their life or the life of a beneficiary.

Plus, supporters that make a planned gift to Citizens United in their estate plans qualify for membership in the Citizens United Legacy Society.

For more information about planned giving, please call our office at (202) 547-5420. You can request a brochure or ask to speak to Jesse Kelly, our Director of Development. He can help you learn about the different ways you can structure your estate to fight for conservative principles with Citizens United.

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