"Arranging for this [planned gift] via our investment firm was a simple administrative matter and cost us nothing at all -- with the result being that we have now "invested" in the long-term sustainability of AFAC!" - Dana & Ray Koch
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Join AFAC's Hunger Alliance
Leave your legacy as a hunger hero by making an estate gift or bequest to the Arlington Food Assistance Center. Your gift will ensure that children, elders, and families receive the nutritious food they need for years to come.
Ready to make your legacy gift and join our Hunger Alliance? Click here to complete your Statement of Intent!
Please mail your completed Planned Gift Intention form to the following address:
Attn: Development Department
Arlington Food Assistance Center
P.O. Box 6261, Arlington, VA 22206
One of the simplest ways to leave a charitable legacy to the Arlington Food Assistance Center is through a provision in your will. Regardless of your age or financial status, a will is essential to ensure that your assets and property are distributed according to your wishes.
Naming AFAC as a Beneficiary
Naming the Arlington Food Assistance Center as the beneficiary of a qualified retirement plan asset such as a 401(k), 403(b), IRA, Keogh or profit-sharing pension plan will accomplish a charitable goal while realizing significant tax savings. By making AFAC the beneficiary, the full value of the gift will be used to feed our neighbors in need. Simply request a beneficiary designation form from your plan administrator and designate the Arlington Food Assistance Center as your beneficiary.
Additionally, if you have an insurance policy that is no longer needed for the purpose it was originally purchased, you may wish to change the beneficiary to the Arlington Food Assistance Center. This may enable you to make a significant gift to AFAC without using any of your estate’s capital.
Please consult with an attorney or tax advisor to determine which giving opportunity is best for you.
For more information, contact the Development Department at (703) 845-8486, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.