PFIR Planned GIving

As a 501(c)(3) organization, Progressives for Immigration Reform relies exclusively on the generosity of our donors to fudn our individual programs. Did you know that planned giving to Progressives for Immigration Reform is one of the easiest and most efficient things you can do to ensure a sustainable future? Planned gifts can help individuals provide for themselves and their families while at the same time offer substantial benefits to their charity of choice. Through planned gifts, Progressives for Immigration Reform is available to help you realize your financial goals while impacting our important work. Contact us today to learn more about how your legacy can become part of our future.

Wills & Bequests

Nearly any kind of asset can be gifted through a bequest. In addition, Progressives or Immigration Reform can be named as a beneficiary in your will in any number of ways. Please contact our dedicated team to receive information on qualified estate planning professionals who are ready and available to assist you in this area.

Trusts

There are a variety of trusts types and Progressives for Immigration Reform can help you find the right one to fit your needs. If you are interested in a way to pass assets to your family with significant tax savings while making a gift to fund our important work, please contact us today to learn more.

Gifts of Endowment

An endowment is a gift that is held and invested by a nonprofit organization to earn a steady stream of income that provides ongoing support to the organization. The funds that are donated are never spent, but rather are invested and the interest income is used to support the organization's ongoing programs and services. An endowment is a viable option to provide ongoing support to Progressives for Immigration Reform.

Conclusion

Not all of the available methods of giving are listed here. Please consult your tax professional for additional information. We appreciate your interest and support of our programs and are available to provide you with additional tax and estate planning resources. To learn more, please contact out Director of Development at (202) 543-5325, or by email at info@pfirdc.org.