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Planned Giving

Justice in Aging is not an organization. It's a value.

Justice in Aging means growing older where you wish and how you wish. It means living in a safe, stable home, being able to see a doctor when you need one, sufficient income to buy the medication you need to stay healthy, accessible transportation, having enough of the types of food you like to eat, community interaction, freedom from abuse, and much more. Justice in Aging is a value that our donors, funders, staff, board, and partners share.

Thank you for considering Justice in Aging in your planned giving. A legacy gift to Justice in Aging solidifies your commitment to Justice in Aging for millions of older adults, now and for future generations. A planned gift could include a bequest from your will or trust, or a gift of retirement or other assets. There are many ways to make planned gift.

Investing in us is investing in the future. As the population continues to age over the next few decades, the need for our work is more important than ever. We’ve been here on the front lines for over 45 years building expertise in the issues impacting poor older adults and leaving an impressive record of impact. We are the only national organization focused on fighting senior poverty and we’ll be here to advocate for seniors in need of justice for many years to come.

Contact Vanessa Barrington, Director of Individual Giving at to notify us of your intent to make a planned gift, or learn how to get started.

Thank you for your commitment to a future where everyone, regardless of their financial resources, has the opportunity to age with justice!

Justice in Aging cannot offer tax, accounting, financial or legal advice. Please consult with your advisors regarding your specific circumstances. 

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