Want to leave a lasting legacy of environmental protection and education? Consider planned giving – anyone can do it and it’s easy!
By thoughtfully including Rock the Earth in your estate plan, you can help ensure that your grandchildren and their children will enjoy a healthy and sustainable planet and that some of the Earth’s most threatened places will be forever protected, while you become a Rock Legend.
A lifetime gift or bequest to Rock the Earth – a tax exempt charitable organization – can help reduce or eliminate taxes which might otherwise be owed by you or your estate.
Our corporate name is Rock the Earth. We are a nonprofit corporation and an IRS-approved 501(c)(3) charitable organization; our tax exempt identification number is 04-3745180.
Giving through your will or trust
Making a charitable bequest is simple to do. With the help of your estate planning attorney, you can include language in your will or trust to make a bequest to Rock the Earth. If you already have a will, you can execute a codicil (or amendment) to your will that makes a bequest to Rock the Earth.
Specific bequest. A specific bequest allows you to make a gift of a specific asset or sum of money to Rock the Earth. For example, you can leave $10,000 to Rock the Earth. The gift can be unrestricted, or designated for a specific project or purpose. To make an unrestricted specific bequest, sample language includes: “I give