National Geographic : 2012 Oct
Give Inspiring Gi In 2007 Pat Minnick, a professional artist, decided to establish a charitable gift annuity to support National Geographic. "I feel good knowing that National Geographic is doing so uch to protect endangered wildlife, says Pat. "The en iron ental proble s we face are ast, but by oining with National Geographic and their history of re arkable acco plish ents, I know we can pass on a ore beautiful world. Pat now recei es a guaranteed life inco e and is a direct part of the ociety's efforts to inspire people to care about the planet. For ore infor ation about a charitable gift annuity or other ways to include National Geographic in your estate plans, please see below. SAMPLE ANNUITY RATES FOR ONE BENEFICIARY (Rates at other ages available upon request.) Age 60=4.4% Age 70= 5.1% Age 80=6.8% Age 90+= 9.0% Rates are subject to change. Please contact us for the most current rates. Ye s ! Please send e infor ation about a National Geographic charitable gift annuity! Birthdate(s)__________________________________ Minimum age 50. Payments begin at age 60. A t: $10,000 $50,000 $100,000 __________ Other (Minimum gift $10,000) end e infor ation on including National Geographic in y will. I ha e already included National Geographic in y will. Na e __________________________________________ Address ________________________________________ _______________________________________________ Phone ______________________________________ E ail ________________________________________ Mail to: National Geographic ociety Office of Estate Planning 1145 17th treet N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036-4688 Pa Mi ick i cluded Na io al Geographic i her i a cial pla s. Photo: Nel Cepeda CONTACT US: Phone: (800) 226-4438 E ail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.nationalgeographic.org/donate The National Geographic ociety is a 501(c)(3), tax-exe pt organization. TO MAKE YOUR BEQUEST to National Geographic, please use the following language: "To the National Geographic Society in Washington, D.C., I give _______ of y estate. r you can na e a fixe ollar a ount.