2019 FWA Giving Tuesday
THANK YOU to all that made this year are biggest year ever!
This year we exceeded our goal of $10,000! We give thanks to our members, friends, and supporters of the FWA that have helped us with our #GivingTuesday year-end giving campaign. We thank you for investing in our work in the community.
We give recognition to the number of you that have donated, shared your #Giving Stories, and for those of you who dare to be brave by mentoring or teach in our financial literacy program. We appreciate our corporate sponsors who work with us to create solutions that move women and future women leaders towards success.
Video is courtesy of BMO Capital Markets - Equity Through Education Program
It’s true that it takes a village to ignite real change and by having supporters like you rally with us to create a long-lasting impact in the community, we can make financial $ense in the lives of deserving students who otherwise might not have the opportunity to reach their professional dreams.
You can support our programs by making a generous contribution to the FWA.
DONATE NOW – at FWA.ORG
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Making an impact by becoming a mentor to a future woman leader in need of guidance – Click Here.
See Your Donation In Action
View Baruch College Mentee Victoria Kui, moving testimonial of her mentoring experience.
To read more about our students and their mentors, click here.
More Ways to Give
* Certain planned giving and estate planning arrangements can also provide efficient tax planning now and in the future. Please consult your financial professional.
Pictured: Baruch College Mentee Mirjana Llana with Mentor and Baruch Program Coordinator Betsy Werley
To make an individual donation, please click here.
Stock or Securities:
For instructions to transfer securities, please contact Ria Davis, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, many companies match employee donations. Please check with your personnel department to see whether your firm has a corporate gift matching policy that will enable your gift to go further. If so, enter your company name into the "Donor Comments" section on the Donor form to maximize your support of FWA of New York Educational Programs or contact Executive Director Ria Davis at email@example.com.
* Contributions to the FWA of New York, Inc., a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, may be considered as a tax deductible donation.
Planned Giving and Legacy Donation - 1956 Circle™
The FWA planned giving program is known as 1956 Circle™.
Bequests: Bequests are an easy and popular way to leave money for a charitable organization. You may use the following language to name the FWA of New York, Inc. as a beneficiary in your will:
“I bequeath to the FWA of New York, Inc. (tax ID number 13-3092258*), a nonprofit corporation of the State of New York, having its principal offices at 25 East 21st Street – Floor 6, New York, NY 10010, the sum of $_____________ (or otherwise describe the gift or specify a percentage of the estate) to be used by said corporation for its general purpose.”
CLICK HERE for additional examples of Bequest language and for the 1956 Circle™ Planned Giving Form.
NOTE: It is best to seek legal counsel for further questions about bequests.
Life insurance policies are often overlooked as assets and means of charitable support. There are two ways to donate life insurance:
Make the FWA of New York, Inc.* the owner and beneficiary of a fully paid up new or existing policy. (NOTE: The value of the policy is determined by IRS rules.)
Make the FWA of New York, Inc.* a beneficiary, but not the owner, of a new or existing policy.
Beneficiary Designations: Naming a charitable organization a beneficiary of an IRA, 401(k) or other retirement plan provides tax advantages to an estate.
For more information, please contact Ria Davis, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gift to the FWA through your IRA
The Charitable IRA Rollover Law has been extended and made permanent. If you have to take a required minimum distribution from your IRA, you can make a gift directly to the FWA (up to $100,000) and it reduces your ordinary income. Contact your IRA Administrator with instructions to make this gift to the FWA of New York, Inc.
This is not legal or tax advice. Please contact your own accountant, lawyer or financial adviser as to your individual situation prior to taking any financial actions. And if you have questions about where to send the money, please contact Ria Davis, Executive Director, at email@example.com.