Easy Ways to Give

Gifts Made by Beneficiary Designations
These are easy gifts to set up.  Simply contact the plan administrator of your funds to obtain a beneficiary designation form.  You can designate that Americans for Peace Now receive all or a portion of any of these assets.  Beneficiary designations provide flexibility.  They are revocable gifts and can be updated if your circumstances change.    These gifts pass directly to the charity outside of the probate of your estate, which means your gift can be put to work at Americans for Peace now without waiting for the probate process to be finished.

Life Insurance Policy
Consider whether your life insurance policy is no longer needed to ensure your family’s security. If you wish to make a gift of this policy, simply designate Americans for Peace Now as the beneficiary.   You can also make Americans for Peace Now the owner of the policy or you can also purchase a new policy and make us the beneficiary.


We have often received unexpected bequests and, as a result, never had the opportunity to thank the donors for their generosity. Your gift is truly important to us and we would like to extend our sincere thanks to you today.


Retirement Accounts
You may give all or a portion of your 401(K), 403(b), Keogh, IRA, or other qualified pension plan to Americans for Peace Now.


Bank Accounts and Securities
You can designate that all or a portion of specific assets be transferred to Americans for Peace Now upon your death.  A POD (Payable on Death) form is used for bank assets (e.g., savings and checking accounts, savings bonds, deposit certificates); a TOD (Transfer on Death) form is used for securities (e.g., stocks, bonds, mutual funds).  Ask your bank or securities firm for the proper