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Allan F. Saunders
Thoughts of a Legislative Observor (Evelyn Bender)
State Board Salutes Kaua'i League
President's Column (Anne Lee)
Keeping Democracy a Process for the People: An Impossible Dream?
Preparing for Convention
LVWEF Pooled Income Fund
Planned Parenthood Petition Drive
New State Board Members
League Definitions
Legislative Update

LVWEF Pooled Income Fund

Did you know that you can give to the League, receive income for life and enjoy a tax deduction too?

If you have ever considered making a sizeable gift to the League, you'll want to know more about the League's Pooled Income Fund. The Fund, a charitable trust established by the LWVEF Board of Trustees, operates much like a mutual fund. Its goal is to produce a good annual return for participants as well as an increase of capital for the benefit of the League.

The minimum gift to the Fund is $2,000. Your gift will qualify for a federal income tax deduction and is also deductible for federal estate tax purposes. In recent years, the Fund's adjusted yearly rate of return has fluctuated between 6%-8%.

For more information write to: Kirsten Fuchs, Planned Giving Director, LWVEF, 1730 M Street NW, Washington DC 20036, or call Kirsten at (202) 429-1965, x261.

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