Your support is critical for NJRTL to continue our mission in supporting pro-life legislation and education at both the state and federal level.

Please choose how you wish to support NJRTL:

  • NJRTL General Fund
    Please use my donation to support NJRTL where financial support is most needed. NJRTL is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit corporation. Gifts to it are not tax-deductible. NJRTL is a membership organization, and you have to pay membership dues to to get your NJRTL card.  NJRTL contributions fund our educational and civic advocacy programs. A portion of those funds help support our legislative lobbying – important work that cannot be supported by tax-deductible funds. Your membership dues will help support our pro-life work, a percentage of which helps with our lobbying efforts in Trenton.
  • NJRTL State Political Action Committee
    Please use my donation to support Gubernatorial and State Election campaigns in NJ.
  • NJRTL Federal Political Action Committee
    NJRTL will be active in the upcoming 2020 NJ Congressional races. Please use my donation for this purpose.
  • NJRTL Foundation
    Please use my donation to support NJRTL’s pro-life education campaigns.
    NJRTL Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. Foundation gifts fund our public education efforts. Gifts to the NJRTL Foundation are fully tax-deductible to the donor as permitted by law.
  • Legacy Gifts and Planned Giving.  Partner with New Jersey Right Life and leave a lasting legacy to protect and defend life in New Jersey.  Keeping New Jersey Right to Life in your estate planning will allow us to carry on your pro-life mission after your departure from this life, leaving a lasting legacy for future generations.

Legal and estate planning professionals can help you identify and adopt the kind which make the most sense for your own estate planning needs. A  Bequest may be made in several ways:

  – Gift of a part of your estate

 – Gift of an asset

 – Gift of the residue of your estate

Certain types of property, like retirement plan assets or an insurance policy, pass outside of the Will or Trust.  These types of assets require you to name a beneficiary by completing a beneficiary designation form and do not require the services of an attorney. 

These include:

Bequest of an Insurance Policy.  If you no longer need all or part of your policy income for expenses, it can be gifted to charity. You may generally name anyone as a beneficiary or secondary beneficiary of your policy and change it at any time.  Contact    your insurance company to obtain a beneficiary designation form to make a bequest of a percentage of your policy to New Jersey Right to Life.

Request of an IRA.  A retirement asset like an IRA account makes an excellent bequest to charity.  Even if you wish to leave your IRA to your spouse at your death, you may also designate New Jersey Right to Life as the secondary beneficiary to your account. To do this, contact your IRA custodian to obtain a beneficiary designation form.