Here’s how to make a gift that will benefit you now and support the College for all time
Here are the most popular Planned Giving options:
- Trusts, Wills and Bequests: Leave the NJC a dollar amount or a percentage of your estate. Reduce your estate tax base by the full amount of the gift.
- Life Insurance Policies: Name the NJC as a beneficiary for the whole or part of a life insurance policy that is prepaid but is no longer needed by your family.
- Retirement Plans: Name the NJC as a beneficiary to all or part of your IRA and your gift will pass tax free.
- Charitable Remainder Trusts (CRT): Place cash or property worth $100,000 or more in a trust to provide you with income for life or a term of years. The remainder will be distributed to the NJC.
- Charitable Lead Trusts (CLT): Place cash or property in a trust that pays a fixed amount to the NJC for a term of years. Upon the completion of the term the assets transfer to the NJC.
- Certificate of Deposit or Other Security.
If there are judicial causes you care about, we can help you to have a positive impact by making a Planned Gift to support NJC course development in a specific area of the law. Choose from Administrative Law, Appellate Law, General Jurisdiction, Military, Special Court or Tribal.
If you prefer to provide scholarship assistance, with a minimum gift of $50,000 you can endow a scholarship in your name, the name of a loved one, or of a colleague.
A scholarship endowment of $50,000 will generate proceeds to bring new judges to the General Jurisdiction course for decades to come.
Support the NJC with a Planned Gift
The NJC Legacy Council is a growing group of judges, attorneys and friends who have included the NJC in their estate plans.
If you have already named us as a beneficiary of a planned gift, please let us know by filling out the “Planned Giving Statement of Intent” form, so we may enroll you as a Legacy Council Member » Planned Giving Statement of Intent
Contact our Advancement Department at email@example.com for more details.
The NJC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization. Tax ID #942427596. Gifts are tax-deductible as provided by law. Disclaimer: This information is general in nature and not intended to be professional legal or financial advice. The NJC encourages all donors to seek independent legal and/or financial advice.