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Nel Cepeda 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 Pat Minnick included National Geographic in her financial plans. The National Geographic Society is a 501(c)(3), tax-exempt organization. Name Address Phone Email Minimum age 45. Payments begin at age 65 In 2007 Pat Minnick, a professional artist, decided to establish a charitable gift annuity to support National Geographic. She now receives a guaranteed life income and is a direct part of the Society's e orts to inspire people to care about the planet. "I feel good knowing that National Geographic is doing so much to protect endangered wildlife," says Pat. "The environmental problems we face are vast, but by joining with National Geographic and their history of remarkable accomplishments, I know we can pass on a more beautiful world." For more information about a charitable gift annuity or other ways to include National Geographic in your estate plans, please contact the O ce of Estate Planning. Give An Inspiring Gift Sample Annuity Rates for One Bene ciary (rates at other ages available upon request) Age65=5.3% Age75=6.3% Age85=8.1% Rates are subject to change and Charitable Gift Annuities may not be available in every state. Please call for current rates and availability. O ce of Estate Planning 1145 17th Street NW Washington, DC 20036 (800) 226 - 4438 email@example.com www.nationalgeographic.org/donate TO MAKE YOUR BEQUEST to National Geographic, please use the following language: "To the National Geographic Society in Washington, D.C., I give ____% of my residuary estate." Or you can name a fixed dollar amount.