NAMING ACLA IN YOUR WILL   

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The ACLA relies entirely upon the ongoing and generous support of donors who make it possible for the Association to continue its urgently needed work on behalf of innocent Catholics in the fight to defend their faith and live according to their consciences.

Listing the Association as a beneficiary in your personal will is a generous and effective means to help us in this battle for the future of our country and the generations which will follow you in the years ahead.

If you wish to do so, it is possible to name the Association as a recipient of either a percentage or a fixed amount of your personal estate.

An example of how this might be done is as follows:

I hereby give to the American Catholic Lawyers Association, a new Jersey corporation located in the City of Fairfield, New Jersey,

the sum of $ ###

-or-

### percent of my residual estate to be used for its ongoing operation.


You must also provide the following information:

bullet Full Legal Name: American Catholic Lawyers Association, Inc.
bullet Legal Address: 420 Route 46 East, Fairfield, New Jersey 07004
bullet Tax ID Number: 22-3114257

The ACLA is a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit, tax-exempt religious organization. Donations to the ACLA are tax deductible.