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Wildlife Legacy Society

Plan for your future...and theirs.

Gift Annuity Rate Change

Single life rates are below using a $10,000 gift as an example. Two-life and deferred rates are also available.

Age
New Rate
Current Rate
Annual Payment
2008 Tax Deduction
60
5.5
5.7
$570
$2112
65
5.7
6.0
$600
$2742
70
6.1
6.5
$650
$3299
75
6.7
7.1
$710
$3929
80
7.6
8.0
$800
$4527
85
8.9
9.5
$950
$4974
90
10.5
11.3
$1130
$5526

For a personal and confidential gift illustration, click here.
Dear Wildlife Supporter,

On July 1, 2008, rates for charitable gift annuities will drop.  If you are considering a Defenders of Wildlife Charitable Gift Annuity, you may want to establish your gift before July 1, 2008 to lock in the current higher rates! 

Visit our website for more information or to request a confidential and personalized proposal which includes rates and payments for your age.

You'll help save wildlife for future generations and receive benefits such as:

  • Attractive, partially tax-free payments
  • Up-front charitable deduction
  • Payments deposited directly to your account

See a comparison of the current and new rates in the box to the right.

For a personal and confidential gift illustration, click here.

For more information just call us toll-free at 1-800-915-6789 or e-mail legacy@defenders.org. To learn more about gift annuities or other ways to plan your legacy for wildlife, visit our website.

Thanks so much for all you do to protect wildlife and wild places.

Dana Kaufman and his family
Sincerely,

Dana Kaufman
Director of Gift Planning
Defenders of Wildlife


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