Although the landscape of government has often changed in unexpected ways, since 1920, the League of Women Voters has pursued education and advocacy to protect democracy and the right to vote through informed and active participation in government and increased understanding of major public policy issues.
Recently League has been involved in numerous court cases working to defend the right to vote for millions of Americans. The Washington State Legislature is actively debating laws that affect election/voting rights, gun control, transportation, climate issues, and education. LWVWA has well researched policy information on these issues and advocates in Olympia.
What issues and threats might democracy face in 20, 30, or 90 years?
A gift through your estate can help ensure that the LWVWA will be there — proud, principled, unflinching, and effective.
You can make a legacy gift in a variety of ways, including an outright bequest or by designating LWVWA/LWVWA Education Fund as a beneficiary to your retirement assets or life insurance policy.
Consult with your legal and financial advisors to learn how a gift would work in your circumstances. Laws and regulations governing all gifts and availability of certain life income gifts vary.
The tax ID# of the League of Women Voters of Washington Education Fund is 91-1849890.
You can also support the LWVWA with a non-tax deductible bequest in support of its public policy advocacy work.
The tax ID# of the League of Women Voters of Washington general funds is 91-0610610.