Create a legacy of lasting change
Corporate Accountability has a 40-year track record of bringing about transformative change by forcing some of the most powerful transnational corporations to stop abusive practices. When you include Corporate Accountability in your estate plans, you provide the organization with a secure source of income so we can be fearless and strategic in advancing human rights and social justice.
As a long-time supporter, I’ve had the opportunity to be a part of creating significant, positive change in the world. I’ve included Corporate Accountability in my estate plans to ensure I’m able to continue building this legacy for generations to come.
– Jamey Aebersold, National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master
For several years now, I have included Corporate Accountability in my annual giving plan and also in my legacy plan. It thrills me to know that I have such smart activists on the front lines, and at the decision-making tables around the world.
– Tracy Gary, philanthropic adviser
One of the best ways to leave a legacy of far-reaching change is through a charitable bequest. By naming Corporate Accountability as a beneficiary in your will or trust, you can feel confident that your values and commitment to social change will carry on.
You can use the following language as a guide for your charitable bequest:
“I give and bequeath to Infact, DBA Corporate Accountability, Federal Tax ID #41-1322686, the sum of $___ (or ___ percent of my estate, or ___% of the rest and remainder of my estate).”
Please use the following information when contacting your asset manager:
Infact, DBA Corporate Accountability
10 Milk Street, Suite 610
Boston, MA 02108
Federal tax ID #41-1322686
There are many ways to give a legacy gift, and you can change your beneficiaries at any time.
For further information, please contact Marcia Whitehead, deputy director: development, at 617.695.2525 or email legacy@CorporateAccountability.org.