Funding lifesaving emergency relief, global
efforts to end HIV and AIDS, and so much more...

As the largest AIDS organization in the world, AHF makes it our mission to give back. Through grants, emergency funds, and strategic partnerships, we're able to provide millions of dollars worth of life-saving services, programs, and more.
Retirement Funds
Designating AHF as a beneficiary of your employee retirement plan, IRA and 401(k) or making an immediate gift using a Qualified Charitable Distribution is becoming an increasingly popular tool to maximize giving.
Why give a gift of retirement funds?
Naming AHF as a Beneficiary of your IRA, 401(k) or Other Retirement Plans
  • You can continue to make regular lifetime withdrawals.
  • You can pick the percentage of your overall account you eventually wish for your family and favorite charities to receive, and you can change it at any time.
  • For tax planning purposes, retirement funds are more valuable to your charities than they are to children or other heirs.
  • You can establish a charitable trust at the time of death, and funding it with retirement assets effectively “stretches” your inheritance over the lifetime of your children.
  • Your fund administrator can provide the appropriate form to update your account beneficiaries, including adding a gift to AIDS Healthcare Foundation.
IRA Qualified Charitable Distribution
  • Your eligibility starts at age 70 1/2.
  • Direct gifts to AHF and other qualified charities can satisfy all or part of your required minimum distribution (RMD).
  • While not tax deductible, the gift also does not trigger income, making this a powerful giving strategy if you choose not to itemize your taxes.
  • You (and your spouse) can each give up to $100,000 per year using this special provision.
  • You can reduce your income to take advantage of a lower threshold for Medicare premiums.
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