The wrongfully convicted’s future starts with your legacy
When you leave IPNO in your estate plans, or create a charitable gift annuity, you are helping ensure that we can continue to free the wrongfully convicted, help them create healthy and whole lives after their release and advocate for policies that will prevent future wrongful convictions.
There are several options for including IPNO in your estate planning as a beneficiary under your will.
Hold a Fundraiser
Get involved with IPNO by creating a fundraiser – happy hours, shopping events, bake sales, film screenings, or whatever amazingly creative idea you have – we would love to learn more about it and give you the tools you need to throw a successful event.
Donate via your Donor Advised Fund
How do I give through a donor-advised fund?
Contact your fund manager
- Call your fund manager and recommend supporting IPNO, along with the amount of the grant.
- Your fund manager will send a check directly to IPNP from your fund.*
- Contact IPNO’s managing director, Jené O’Keefe Trigg at firstname.lastname@example.org or 504-943-1902 to let her know a donation will be forthcoming
Already have a donor-advised fund?
Click on your financial institution or foundation below and log in to your account to begin granting to IPNO. For official name, mailing address and tax information, please see above.