KCRW appreciates forward-thinking donors interested in making charitable gifts to the station through their will or estate-plans. These planned or deferred gifts often include cash, stock, insurance or real estate and play a significant part in preserving KCRW's future.
Ways To Make a Planned Gift
Make a bequest in your will or trust by including wording such as: "I hereby give to KCRW, a not-for-profit organization with offices at 1900 Pico Boulevard, Santa Monica, CA 90405, the sum of $_______; or _______% of the residue of my estate." KCRW considers gifts of real estate, securities, and tangible property that might be used by the station in addition to cash assets.
IRA or retirement plan beneficiary
Life insurance beneficiary
Charitable IRA Distribution
Congress passed a tax bill that permanently extends the Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD) provision, allowing you to transfer up to $100,000 when you turn 70½ from your IRA to a charity and have it count as your required minimum distribution without increasing your adjusted gross income.
Sonic Society Benefits Include
Invitations to exclusive KCRW events
One special yearly event featuring KCRW talent and Staff
VIP Tours of KCRW's Studios
Recognition of your commitment in the Annual Report
Dedicated Staff Liaison
Opportunities to meet other Legacy Society members
Why Join KCRW's Sonic Society?
We know you want to ensure KCRW thrives far after you're gone but we want you to enjoy the community and programming we're building together, today! As a member of the Sonic Society you'll enjoy exclusive benefits and have the chance to meet some really awesome Society members just like yourself!
How To Join KCRW's Sonic Society
To request additional information on the many ways you can include KCRW in your estate or financial plans, or to let us know of an existing gift intention, please contact Gianna Petro at (310) 581-5852 or firstname.lastname@example.org. All inquiries will be handled confidentially and imply no obligation.
As you consider your charitable plans, we encourage you to consult your financial advisor.