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Planned Giving and Bequests
The Legacy Society
By remembering Rhode Island Public Radio in your estate plans, you are leaving a legacy that helps insure that RIPR’s award-winning local reporting, and NPR programming will be available for future generations. You are also joining The Legacy Society, a group of like-minded people who believe in supporting the future of Rhode Island Public Radio. A planned gift or bequest is a great way to make a lasting investment in Rhode Island Public Radio.
Leaving a Legacy - Making a Bequest
When you decide to leave assets to a nonprofit organization in your will you are making a bequest, and your estate may receive a charitable estate tax deduction.
You can name Rhode Island Public Radio in your will as the direct beneficiary of a stated amount of money, a particular piece of property, or a stated percentage of your estate.
The proper legal name to be used when you include Rhode Island Public Radio in your plan is:
Rhode Island Public Radio
One Union Station
Providence, RI 02903
Tax ID# 05-0498502
We recommend that you consult with your attorney regarding any bequest, trust provision or retirement plan designation. We are available to work with your professional advisors. RIPR does not provide legal or tax advice.
For more information about planned gifts or bequests, please contact Tim Monroe, Development Director: 401-519-0228 , email@example.com