Have you considered designating the Libertarian Party in your will?
Many Libertarians have done this and we are very thankful for their generosity. Their bequests have done tremendous good by growing the Party and spreading the timeless and precious message of Liberty.
To better honor these special folks, we are starting a new program called Legacy Libertarians.
Legacy Libertarians are Libertarians who want to leave a legacy of liberty and are doing so by designating the Libertarian Party as a beneficiary in their will.
The Libertarian Party will honor these generous supporters by listing their names on a permanent plaque at our headquarters.
Please know that current law places limitations on the amount we accept per year from any donor, including estates.
So, when generous Libertarians leave sums larger than the yearly limitation, the remainder goes into a trust that then transfers funds each year until all the money has been transferred.
We have sued the FEC over this law but that case is still pending.
But the important point is that there is no maximum limitation on the amount of money you can leave to the Libertarian Party in your will.
If you have any questions about including the Libertarian Party in your will, please email Head of Development Lauren Daugherty at lauren.daugherty@LP.org.
I hope that you will consider becoming a Legacy Libertarian.
As always, thank you for your support of the Libertarian Party!