Make it last with Planned Giving

Providing for Western Field Ornithologists in your estate planning creates a timeless legacy, helping to ensure the study of birds in western North America for generations to come. With your planned gift, we welcome you to be part of our Xema Society, a program to recognize planned gifts no matter what size.

Planned gifts are made through:

  • a bequest in a Will or Trust
  • a Life Income Gift such as a pooled income fund, a charitable gift annuity, or a charitable remainder trust
  • a gift(s) of special assets (real estate, closely held stock, life insurance, retirement accounts)

Contact WFO today with any questions you have or to learn more about how gift and estate planning can benefit and support WFO’s mission. Your inquiry is always confidential.
    Western Field Ornithologists is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a tax-deductible 501 (c)3 non-profit organization. Its federal taxpayer’s identification number is 23-7176822. All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.

     WFO strongly recommends that each person considering a planned gift consult with his or her own attorneys, tax professionals and/or financial advisors.*