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Legacy Giving

Legacy giving

Consider becoming a legacy donor and leave a lasting impact to the Global Business Coalition for Education’s mission to end the global education crisis. You can do this by including a bequest provision in your will.

A will is a legal document by which you may delineate the distribution of your assets and belongings to family, friends, and charitable organizations upon your death. You may make a charitable bequest to Global Business Coalition for Education by including such bequest in your will or revocable trust (e.g., I give and bequeath [$/percent of my residual estate] to GLOBAL BUSINESS COALITION FOR EDUCATION for its general purposes). It is important to use the full legal name of the organization in your will.

During your lifetime, any assets or belongings reflected in your bequest will continue to remain in your possession and you may change your will at any time. If you already have a will, you may amend your will or create a new will to bequest to Global Business Coalition for Education. Because individual circumstances vary, please discuss your gift planning wishes with your legal and tax advisors before making a decision.

In addition to a bequest provision in your will, there are numerous other ways to become a legacy giver. You should talk to your attorney about various types of bequests and how each could fit your legacy goals.

Additional information:

Global Business Coalition for Education
599 Lexington Avenue
c/o  Reed Smith, 23rd Floor
New York, NY 10022

Employer Identification Number: 45-4960988

It is important to note that each country and state has its own rules about how to create a valid legacy and its tax implications. The foregoing information is for information purposes only and is not considered legal advice.