Thanks to your commitment to our work and your generous support of EMILY’s List over many years, much has changed for women in our society, partly through the efforts of the many pro-choice Democratic women you have helped us elect.
As you well know, our work together is far from done. Perhaps you’re like many EMILY’s List supporters who say, “I wish I could do more.” Leaving a gift to the EMILY’s List Legacy Fund through your will or trust or by beneficiary designation is an opportunity to ensure that your values—values that reject apathy and the status quo in favor of social justice, equality and progressive change—can live on.
How You Benefit
Your gift costs you nothing now. You retain your assets until you no longer need them.
You are not locked in to a decision you make today and can change your beneficiaries at any time.
You can leave gifts to loved ones and leave a gift for EMILY’s List.
You can remain anonymous, should you choose to do so.
You ensure your lasting legacy in the fight to ensure that our families can benefit from the open-minded, productive contributions that women have consistently made in office.
Learn more about how your gift can make an impact:
The work that EMILY’s List does to recruit, train, and elect pro-choice Democratic women [...] helps us defeat anti-choice, anti-women Republicans at the polls.
Ways You Can Leave a Legacy
Gifts in Your Will:
You can leave a gift to EMILY’s List by bequest in your will or trust. Bequests are one of the most popular options for creating a legacy because they are so flexible.
Gifts by Beneficiary Designation:
Many assets transfer by the beneficiary designation form you completed when you established your account, rather than through your will or trust. To name EMILY’s List as a beneficiary, please use our correct legal name (EMILY's List) and our federal tax identification number (52-1391360).
Download the following publications to learn more about:
Wills and Trusts: The Essentials
Creating Your Digital Estate Plan
Leaving a gift to EMILY's List — No Strings Attached
All About Executors
Are You Prepared? Four Essential Estate Planning Documents