WOLA: Advocacy for Human Rights in the Americas

Planned Giving

Make permanent your enduring support of WOLA by creating a lasting impact.

(WOLA Photo/Sergio Borbolla)

What will your legacy be?

With the support of generous donors like you, WOLA can continue our work of promoting human rights in the Americas for years to come. Your support of WOLA reflects your values – values of justice, courage, and peace. A legacy gift to WOLA in your will or trust or by beneficiary designation is one of the most effective ways to ensure that these values you hold carry on for future generations.

Why WOLA needs your help

WOLA is leading the fight against injustice, unfair policies, and violence throughout the hemisphere. We envision a future where public policies protect human rights and recognize human dignity, and where justice overcomes violence. WOLA tackles problems that transcend borders and that require both domestic and international solutions. Through strategic partnerships with advocacy organizations, academics, religious leaders, artists, entrepreneurs, and government officials, we advocate for more just societies in the Americas. This work is only made possible by donors like you. Make your legacy permanent through a legacy gift.

Sample Gift Language

Making a gift of this sort is, for many, not complicated. Below is sample bequest language that you may use to add to your will in order to designate WOLA as a beneficiary. This information is intended to be only a guide and we encourage you to consult with your personal attorney in order to confirm. 

If you’d like to continue your support for WOLA by giving a gift in your will, please consider using the following language:

“I give and bequeath _________ (dollar amount, a percentage of residuary estate, etc.) to the Washington Office on Latin America (Tax ID #52-1249353), located at 1666 Connecticut Ave NW, Suite 400, Washington, DC 20009”.

For more information about Legacy Gifts, click here

Have questions or would like to discuss with one of our team members?

Please reach out to:

Lauren Kimball
Vice President for Development
(202) 301-5744
1666 Connecticut Ave NW, Suite 400Washington, DC 20009