National Center on Sexual Exploitation, formerly Morality In Media, often hears from its supporters, “What more can I do beyond my existing giving to help protect my children and grandchildren from the harms of pornography?” The answer is gift planning.
With planned giving, you have the peace of mind that your charitable donations advance a future where children and adults alike are not automatically exposed to hypersexualized and demeaning media messages in their daily lives.
With planned giving, you make a lasting contribution to change culture so that companies promote healthy relationships instead of profiting from sexually exploitive products.
With planned giving, you give the next generation of young people resources that empower them to defend real, genuine love.
Gift planning is an opportunity to integrate your financial objectives with your charitable giving. It allows you a variety of options to provide for your family’s well-being and it also increases your support of NCSE’s mission to oppose pornography and all forms of sexual exploitation. A “planned” gift is a very effective way to redirect assets to charity that may otherwise be lost to taxes. Many planned gifts also provide a lifetime income stream and have significant income, capital gains, and estate tax benefits.
A planned gift comes in essentially two forms: (1) a deferred gift in which cash or other assets pass to National Center on Sexual Exploitation at a future date; or (2) a current gift to NCSE of non-cash assets, such as stock or real estate.
Please visit the “Gift Planning Instruments” link below for more information on the many types of gift arrangements available to significantly impact the fight against pornography – today and for future generations.
** Note: This section provides general financial information, not specific financial advice. The material contained in this section does not create or imply an advisor-client relationship with National Center on Sexual Exploitation, or any of its attorneys or allies. For specific questions, consult a qualified financial and/or legal advisor.