want needJA offers the opportunity for you to make a lasting impact on the future of Colorado’s young people. By remembering JA in your will, estate plans or as a beneficiary of your retirement accounts, you can empower future generations of young people to be financially literate and self-sufficient.

The goal of planned giving is to help you plan your estate and charitable giving in a way that benefits you, your family and JA. Because you share a commitment to equipping youth to own their future financial success, we invite you to consider making a personal investment in the future of our programs. We would be glad to discuss any planned giving option with you in confidence and without obligation.

If you wish to name JA in your will or estate plan, we should be legally designated as: Junior Achievement-Rocky Mountain, Inc., a nonprofit organization (Tax ID #84-0430495), with its principal business operations at 1445 Market Street, Suite 200, Denver, CO 80202.

If you do choose to include JA in your estate plans, please let us know. We value the opportunity to express our gratitude through our JA Heritage Society, a national registry of JA friends who have included local JA operations in their estate plans. Your thought is greatly appreciated now and for the future generations of students waiting to unlock their potential.

What to Give
Find out what type of assets make the best planned gifts. Learn about gifts of cash, securities and property. -Read on-

How to Give
Learn how to make a gift that provides tax benefits and even life income. -Read on-

Learn about Wills
There are a variety of ways to plan for your family and loved ones with a will or living trust. View the presentations below to learn more about wills and estate planning. -Read on-

For more information, please contact Kristi Shaffer at 303-628-7365.