Leave a Powerful Legacy
Making a planned or legacy gift to River Alliance of Wisconsin ensures you are able to leave a legacy of clean, abundant water for future generations. If you are among those who have included River Alliance in your estate plans, we would like to express our gratitude by welcoming you as a member of the River Alliance Water Legacy Circle.
Your legacy gift will leave a lasting impact beyond your lifetime. We recommend consulting with your attorney or tax advisor about the various tax benefits and issues that apply to your personal situation. We are available to you and to your advisors to help facilitate this discussion and answer any questions you may have.
Some Planned Giving Options:
- Bequest in your will:
You may designate your bequest to be used by River Alliance for its charitable purposes. We suggest you provide our legal details below to your attorney or financial advisor.
- Retirement Plan Beneficiary:
You may name River Alliance as a beneficiary of retirement funds, such as IRA, 401(k) or 403(b). When making the beneficiary designation, use the legal details below.
- Life Insurance Beneficiary:
You may name River Alliance as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy. When making the beneficiary designation, please use the legal details below.
- Charitable Gift Annuity:
You may create a charitable gift annuity which allows you to receive income during your lifetime, with the remainder benefiting River Alliance.
Legal Name: The River Alliance of Wisconsin, Inc.
Tax ID: 39-1792143
Principal place of business: 345 W Washington, STE 304, Madison, WI 53703
If you have included River Alliance in your estate planning or are considering making a legacy gift:
Please feel free to reach out to Karen Anderson ([email protected] or (608) 257-2424 x116) so we can assist you through the process and acknowledge your gift.
We appreciate the trust you have placed in us by including us in your estate planning. We are happy to help at any step along the way. Thank you for creating a legacy of clean water in Wisconsin.