You can plan to support Action Against Hunger’s work with a charitable beneficiary designation, outside of plans already outlined in your will.
Not only is it an easy way to give, but it's also flexible—you aren't locked into the choices you make today. You can review and adjust beneficiary designations anytime you want.
You can name us beneficiary of the following assets:
Retirement Plan Assets
The full value of your IRA, 401(k), 403(b) or other qualified plans is subject to federal and state estate taxes at your death and the distributions from these accounts are subject to federal and applicable state income taxes. Instead, consider naming a charity as a beneficiary of all or a portion of your plan.
A portion of the distributions from commercial annuities is subject to income tax for non-charitable beneficiaries. Naming Action Against Hunger as a beneficiary of all or a portion of your commercial annuity will allow us to receive the assets you designate to us completely tax-free.
By naming Action Against Hunger as a beneficiary of all or a portion of your life insurance policy, you support our work while retaining the ability to change your gift if your plans change.
Bank Accounts, Certificates of Deposit or Brokerage Accounts
You can name Action Against Hunger as beneficiary of your bank accounts, CDs and brokerage accounts by designating your account as Payable on Death (POD) or Transfer on Death (TOD) to us.
- Contact email@example.com, for additional information on beneficiary designations and how they can help support Action Against Hunger with our mission.
- Talk to your financial or legal advisor to learn which assets will or will not trigger taxable income when paid to a beneficiary.
- If you include Action Against Hunger in your plans, 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
Action Against Hunger is leading a global movement to end hunger in our lifetimes. It innovates solutions, advocates for change, and reaches 25 million people every year with proven hunger prevention and treatment programs. As a nonprofit that works across 50 countries, its 8,300 dedicated staff members partner with communities to address the root causes of hunger, including climate change, conflict, inequity, and emergencies. It strives to create a world free from hunger, for everyone, for good.