A gift that costs nothing during your lifetime.Greater Yellowlegs. Photo: Brad James/Audubon Photography Awards
Leaving a gift to Audubon in your will or trust, by beneficiary designation, or another form of planned gift can make a lasting difference to our work. Many gifts cost you nothing now, there is no minimum contribution, and you are not locked into a decision you make today.
Photo: Barbara Driscoll/Audubon Photography Awards
Photo: Bette Parette/Great Backyard Bird Count
Sandhill Crane with chick.
Photo: Mary Lundberg/Audubon Photography Awards
Great Blue Heron with nestlings.
Photo: Pamela Underhill Karaz/Audubon Photography Awards
Photo: Kelley Luikey/Audubon Photography Awards
Photo: Ray Whitt/Audubon Photography Awards
You Don't Have to Tap Your Nest-Egg to Build Our Nest-Egg
Use life insurance to create an endowment from your income rather than your capital. Affordable premiums build coverage that will deliver a significant gift to us. Leverage modest annual gifts into the equivalent of a substantial bequest or trust distribution.
Make us the irrevocable owner of the policy and receive a charitable deduction for your gifts covering our premium payments. We’ll work with you on this and other details that maximize the benefits of using life insurance to make your gift.
Costa’s Hummingbird. Photo: Belen Schneider/Audubon Photography Awards
Office of Gift Planning
National Audubon Society
225 Varick Street, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10014