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A Legacy of Action for the Future
You can extend U.S. PIRG's work to stand up to powerful interests for generations to come.
With Your Help, We'll Keep Up The Fight
We would consider it an honor to be remembered in your will.
Making a bequest to U.S. PIRG is simple and satisfying. In most cases, the addition of a few sentences to your will can complete the gift.
Please consult with your attorney before making any changes to your will.
An IRA or 401(k) can be an efficient way to save for retirement, but it is not always the best gift to leave to your heirs. These assets can be a way to include U.S. PIRG in your estate plan.
In some circumstances, you can name U.S. PIRG as the beneficiary of your life insurance policy.
Securities can be donated either through a bequest or as a lifetime gift.
Cy Pres awards have provided funding for some of our most successful pro-consumer efforts, and have enabled us to seize opportunities to launch new initiatives. If you are in a position to direct a Cy Pres award, we would be grateful for the support.
Members of the Public Interest Champions Circle have expressed their commitment to our work on behalf of consumers by providing future support to U.S. PIRG or U.S. PIRG Education Fund through a legacy gift.
To find out more, including our tax identification number and other resources related to planned giving, please email our Planned Giving Coordinator, or call 1-800-841-7299.
Contributions to U.S. PIRG are not deductible as charitable contributions. However, gifts to our sister organization, U.S. PIRG Education Fund, are tax-deductible in many circumstances. Your professional advisors can analyze the effect upon your own estate of a gift to either of these organizations.
You can donate cars, trucks, and boats to our sister organization, U.S. PIRG Education Fund, through Charitable Auto Resources.
Your donation may be tax-deductible.
Click the link below to enter the website of U.S. PIRG Education Fund, our sister 501(c)3 organization
Your donation supports U.S. PIRG’s work to stand up for consumers on the issues that matter, especially when powerful interests are blocking progress.