Planned Giving

Amnesty’s planned giving staff can help you think creatively about your giving options.

A well-planned legacy gift can provide tax benefits, financial security and a larger donation to Amnesty.

For assistance in planning your gift, please contact Sara Golden directly at 888-368-9356 or by email at giftplanning@aiusa.org.

We are eager for the opportunity to help you plan your legacy and we always recommend that you consult with your lawyer or financial advisor for additional information.

Planned Giving Options

Charitable Bequests

Designate a charitable bequest for Amnesty International in your will or living trust.

Charitable Remainder Trusts

Arrange an income for yourself or a loved one now, with the remainder designated to Amnesty.

Beneficiary Designation

Name Amnesty as a beneficiary of a retirement plan, life insurance policy or bank account. The remainder of your retirement plan may be worth more when donated to Amnesty than to your heirs.

Charitable IRA Rollover

Use a charitable IRA rollover and make gifts to Amnesty count toward your minimum distribution requirement while also excluding the transferred amount from your taxable income.

giftplanning@aiusa.org


Other Ways To Give

Make an Honorary Gift

Honor your friend or loved one by making a special gift to Amnesty International in their name.

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Give Through Work

Workplace giving enables employees to support Amnesty through pre-tax payroll deductions or multiply their impact with employer matching.

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Planned Giving

Planned giving provides a way to make a charitable gift and receive favorable tax benefits.

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Make A Gift Of Stock

Amnesty International USA encourages charitable donations of stock and mutual funds.

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Donate By Phone or Mail

Call to donate or use these forms to print and mail your gift.

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Donate FAQ

Questions about your donation? Get the answers you need.

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Questions about your donation?

We do not seek or accept money from governments or political parties for our work in documenting and campaigning against human rights abuses.

Donate FAQ