Information about Planned Giving through a Bequest
Including the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids in your Will provides a lasting legacy and meaningful way to prevent drug use in kids and teens, and to help those already in trouble with alcohol or drugs to get the information and support they need. Many of our organization’s efforts can be continued and expanded by people with the foresight to include the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids in their estate plans. Such a gift will also help reduce taxes on your estate. After providing for loves ones, your Will can carry out your wishes by directing that a gift be made in one or a combination of the following ways:
A specific dollar amount
A percentage of an estate
The remainder of an estate
You can also specify how you wish the money to be used – for our parenting programs, youth programs or early intervention and treatment programs – or make an unrestricted bequest so your gift can be used by the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids where it is most needed.
Benefits of a Planned Gift
Your attorney can provide you with details about the estate tax benefits that can result from your bequest.
Federal Tax Information
Your lawyer may ask you for some essential tax information about the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids. Our full legal name is “Partnership for a Drug-Free America, Inc.” We are a public charity, exempt from income, gift and estate taxes under section 501c3 of the Internal Revenue Code. Its federal tax identification number is 13-3413627.
Please let us know
If you have included the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids in your estate plan, please let us know so we may thank you. Informing us will also help us plan for the future. Your gift will help ensure healthy, drug-free lives for coming generations of kids, teens and families.
If you would like more information about how you can help the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids through your estate plan, we’ll be happy to mail you a brochure. If you have questions, feel free to contact the Director of Development at 212-922-1560.