Sometimes circumstances change and life insurance is no longer a critical part of an estate plan. If you wish to redirect life insurance, it’s simple to do so. You can designate a nonprofit such as Environment Maryland, a project of Environment America, as the beneficiary of your life insurance policy, which you will continue to own during your lifetime. After consulting with your advisors, ask your insurance agent how to make this simple change to your policy.
To find out more, including our tax identification number and other resources regarding planned giving, please email our Planned Giving Coordinator using the form below, or call 1-800-841-7299.
Contributions to Environment Maryland, a project of Environment America, are not tax-deductible as charitable contributions. However, gifts to our sister organization, Environment Maryland Research and Policy CenterResearch and Education Center, are tax-deductible in many circumstances. Your professional advisors can analyze the effect upon your own estate of a gift to either of these organizations.