National Geographic : 2010 May
Office of Estate Planning 1145 17th Street NW Washington, DC 20036 John-Joseph van Haelewyn Card to cut off and mail in Yes! Please send me information on a National Geographic charitable gift annuity! Birthdate(s) I want to know more about gifts that provide me with income for life Send me information on including National Geographic in my will I have already included National Geographic in my will Mail to: National Geographic Office of Estate Planning 1145 17th Street NW, Washington, DC 20036 "We believe in the work of National Geographic and wanted to be involved, ," says y John Sp pinelli. He and his wife Shirley grew up reading National Geographic magazine and passed that love on to their children and grandchildren. Now retired, they enjoy in-line skating, tennis and bird watching. g The Spinellis set up a charitable gift annuity which provides them with steady income and tax savings while supporting the Society's efforts worldwide. "National Geographic is an important so sour urce ce ffor ors sol olut utio ions nst to oth the ech chal alle leng nges es ffac acin ing gou our r planet," says John. "We want the world to be in good shape for our grandchildren." For more information about a charitable gift annuity or other ways to include National Geographic in your estate plans, please contact G hi i tt l l t t the Office of Estate Planning. (800) 226 - 4438 firstname.lastname@example.org www.nationalgeographic.org/donate Support the Future John and Shirley Spinelli included National Geographic in their estate plans. Sample Annuity Rates for One Beneficiary (rates at other ages available upon request) Age65=5.3% Age75=6.3% Age85=8.1% The National Geographic Society is a 501(c)(3), tax-exempt organization. Name Address Phone Email Minimum age 45. Payments begin at age 65 Rates are subject to change and Charitable Gift Annuities may not be available in every state. Please call for current rates and availability.