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Make a Legacy Gift
Help us build clean water solutions for future generations. A legacy gift is a planned part of your estate focused on sustainable, long-term giving.
Make Well Aware a part of your will or long-term plan.
Give in memory of a loved one.
Provide a philanthropic grant through a donor-advised fund, family foundation, or other entity.
Give stocks, cryptocurrency, make contributions from your IRA, or donate other marketable securities.
A legacy gift can compound into a lifetime of clean water for thousands of people.
Reach out to us to connect with a member of the Well Aware team and grow your legacy today.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I add Well Aware to my will?
Including Well Aware in your estate planning is very simple. By using the following or similar language in your will, you can help provide clean water to more people in need well beyond your lifetime.
I [name], of [city, state ZIP], bequeath the sum of $[ ] or [ ] percent of my estate to Well Aware, Inc, a nonprofit organization with a business address of 3571 Far West Blvd PMB 229 Austin, TX 78731 and a tax identification number 20-5025148 for its unrestricted use and purpose.
A donor-advised fund (DAF) is like a personal savings account dedicated to charitable giving. The use of Donor Advised Funds as a means for individuals to make philanthropic gifts continues to rise and grants from DAFs are becoming a growing source of contribution income for charities of all sizes and shapes. Well Aware is able to receive charitable donations from DAFs — email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the link below to get started.
How do I make Well Aware a beneficiary of my IRA?
Contact your plan’s administrator and complete any required beneficiary designation form(s) with the below information:
Legal Name: Well Aware, Inc.
Address: 3571 Far West Blvd PMB 229 Austin, TX 78731
Tax ID Number: 20-5025148
What is the benefit of donating non-cash assets to Well Aware?
You can give assets you no longer need or want to manage without restricting your cash flow. Not only will you receive a fair market value deduction, but you can also avoid tax liability on the sale of appreciated assets.