The vital work of Junior Achievement is made possible in part through the generous gifts of thousands of individuals each year. If you would like to support the programs of Junior Achievement, you may find you are able to make meaningful gifts while meeting personal planning goals as well. Take time to explore the possibilities.
- You may find ways to make larger gifts than you may have thought possible.
- You can add meaning to your gift by using it to honor a special friend or loved one.
- You may discover how to save money on income, gift, and estate taxes and instead put those amounts to use in ways you choose.
- You will enjoy giving more, knowing that you are investing in the lives of young people in ways that allow you to give the most you can at the lowest possible cost.
That’s what effective gift planning is all about. It just makes sense to maximize the potential of what you have by preserving financial security for yourself and your loved ones while you make a positive impact through funding the work of Junior Achievement and other organizations and institutions in which you believe.
For more information about including JA in your estate plans, please contact President & CEO, Jeremy Race.