By including the ACLU in your estate plan or making a life income gift, you will join well over 5,000 other people in the DeSilver Legacy Society who have made a planned gift to support our civil liberties work. Members of the DeSilver Society, named for ACLU co-founder and early benefactor, Albert DeSilver, enjoy members-only events and conference calls, recognition in our annual report, specially prepared news updates, a subscription to STAND, the ACLU magazine, and other benefits.
Follow the links below to learn more about creating a legacy of liberty and naming the ACLU in your estate or financial plans.
- Make a bequest through your Will or Living Trust
- Make a gift that will provide you income for life and help you meet your philanthropic goals
- Name the ACLU as a beneficiary of your retirement account or life insurance policy
For more information about planned giving opportunities, contact Robert Nakatani, Deputy Director of Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 621-2493.
Read about some of our legacy supporters who have passed away and honored us with bequests from their estates.