For 50 years, the Aga Khan Foundation has partnered with communities in some of the most remote, hard-to-reach parts of Asia and Africa to improve quality of life. When you leave a legacy gift through our Planned and Legacy Giving program, you help ensure lasting change for communities around the world.

Join your legacy with the Aga Khan Foundation through a planned gift today to build better futures for generations to come.

For 50 years, the Aga Khan Foundation has partnered with communities in some of the most remote, hard-to-reach parts of Asia and Africa to improve quality of life. When you leave a legacy gift through our Planned and Legacy Giving program, you help ensure lasting change for communities around the world.

Create your legacy with the Aga Khan Foundation through a planned gift today to build better futures for generations to come.

Discover Ways to Leave Your Legacy

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Bequests in Will

Choose to leave a bequest in your will to AKF USA—an extraordinary way to improve lives around the world.

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Gifts of Life Insurance

Repurpose a life insurance policy to support the work of the Foundation.

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Gifts of Securities

Donate appreciated securities directly to AKF USA—one of the best ways to give during your lifetime.

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Beneficiary Designations

Designate AKF USA as the beneficiary of your retirement plan—a simple way to leave your legacy.

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IRA Charitable Rollovers

Roll over your individual retirement accounts’ annual distributions—a unique way to begin building your charitable legacy.

Not sure how to get started?

Our Estate Planning Toolkit will help you begin to evaluate your estate and consider the future for you and your family.

Contact AKF USA to learn more about the planned giving options available to you.

Cameryn Shepich

Planned and Legacy Giving Program Officer
legacy.akfusa@akdn.org
(202) 293-2537 ext. 101

We know meaningful change takes time, which is why we’ve been working in communities across Africa and Asia for decades—and will be there for generations to come with your support.

As we look to the future, AKF USA hopes to count on your support so that the next generation will be brighter than the last.

We know meaningful change takes time, which is why we’ve been working in communities across Africa and Asia for decades—and will be there for generations to come with your support.

As we look to the future, AKF USA hopes to count on your support so that the next generation will be brighter than the last.

Have you made a planned gift?

Please let us know if you have chosen to leave a legacy gift to AKF USA. Not only will this help us provide better service to you and your estate, we would also love the opportunity to thank you for your generosity.

By informing us of your legacy gift, the Foundation can better plan for the future. You have the option to remain anonymous while still receiving invitations to events and other communications.

On top of thanking you, we would like to invite you to join the 1967 Legacy Circle. Only donors who confirm an intention of a future gift are invited to join the 1967 Legacy Circle. The Circle is named after a milestone year—1967—when His Highness the Aga Khan founded the Aga Khan Foundation as a lasting legacy to his 10th year of accession to the Imamat of the Ismaili Muslims. Your legacy gift will help ensure that AKF USA continues to touch many more lives for years to come.

Letter of Intent

If you have made a legacy gift or are in the final steps of doing so, please inform AKF USA of your gift by completing a Letter of Intent and sending it via email to legacy.akfusa@akdn.org or mail to:

Planned and Legacy Giving
Aga Khan Foundation USA
1825 K Street, NW
Suite 901
Washington, DC 20006

Questions?

For questions or additional information, please contact AKF USA’s Planned and Legacy Giving team at 202.293.2537 or email us at legacy.akfusa@akdn.org.

The content on our Planned and Legacy Giving pages is for informational purposes only. We recommend that you consult with your financial advisor for additional information and guidance.