Your Legacy Gift Continues Our Battle To End Hunger
Your decision to remember Action Against Hunger in your will, estate plan or other long-range financial arrangement is one of the strongest statements you can make and most decisive actions you can take to end hunger. Your gift will support our efforts to create a world free from hunger, for everyone, for good; a gift that will last beyond a lifetime.
With your planned gift, you will become part of the Action Against Hunger Legacy Society, the body of individuals we honor as our closest and most trusted partners for their extraordinary commitment. As a member of our Legacy Society, you will receive:
Special updates on our programs
- An invitation to our Annual Benefit Gala and other special events
- Invitations to exclusive opportunities to hear from our experts
- Recognition on our website or in supporter communications via a donor testimonial
Learn more about the various ways you can leave a Legacy Gift:
- Wills and Living Trusts
- Beneficiary Designations
- Charitable Remainder Trust
- Charitable Lead Trust
- Memorial and Tributes
- Endowed Gifts
- Donor Advised Funds
For more information about making a planned gift to benefit hungry children and their families, email Matt Gordon, Senior Major Gifts Officer.
For your intention of donation to Action Against Hunger in your will, please include the following information:
Action Against Hunger - USA
One Whitehall Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10004
Phone: (212) 967-7800
Federal Tax Id: 13-3327220
Please note: if you include Action Against Hunger in your estate plans, please let us know, so we can understand how you would like your gift used.
Help ensure we continue to make progress to end global hunger and child malnutrition with your lasting gift of a bequest, annuity, or other legacy contribution to Action Against Hunger's life-saving programs.
Action Against Hunger is the world’s hunger specialist and leader in a global movement that aims to end life-threatening hunger for good within our lifetimes. For more than 40 years, the humanitarian and development organization has been on the front lines, treating and preventing hunger across nearly 50 countries. It served more than 17 million people in 2019 alone.