Including the National Federation of the Blind in your future or estate plans is a thoughtful way to transform dreams into reality for future generations. In leaving a legacy gift, you will become a part of our Dream Makers Circle and you will make a real and lasting difference in the lives of blind Americans.
Ways to Leave a Legacy Gift
Fixed Sum of Assets
You can specify that a fixed sum of your assets or property goes to the National Federation of the Blind in your will, pension, IRA, or other accounts.
Percentage of Assets
You can specify that a percentage of your assets or property goes to the National Federation of the Blind in your will, pension, IRA, or other accounts.
You can name the National Federation of the Blind as a beneficiary of your assets in your will, trust, pension, IRA, life insurance policy, brokerage account, or other accounts.
Contingent or Residuary Beneficiary
You can name the National Federation of the Blind as a contingent or residuary beneficiary. A contingent beneficiary only receives a gift if those who are primary beneficiaries do not or cannot accept for any reason. The residuary of your estate is anything that is left after specific primary gifts are honored.
You can visit your bank and name the National Federation of the Blind as the beneficiary on a payable on death (POD) account. You can turn any current checking or savings account into a POD account or open a new account. This is one of the simplest ways to leave a legacy. The account is totally in your control during your lifetime and you can change the beneficiary or percentage at any time.
If you would like to let us know that you have included the National Federation of the Blind in your estate plan, you can send a note or a completed planned giving form to:
National Federation of the Blind
200 East Wells Street at Jernigan Place
Baltimore, MD 21230
Upon receipt of your note or the form you will be inducted into the Dream Makers Circle. For more information about planned giving, please contact Patti Chang at 410-659-9314, extension 2422, or email@example.com.
(The information on this web page is not intended as legal or tax advice. For such advice, please consult an attorney or tax adviser.)