A gift through your will, trust, retirement or life insurance plan can help ensure EWG will always be in your corner – for your family and for future generations to come.

For three decades, EWG’s groundbreaking research has changed the debate over our nation’s environmental health.

Including EWG in your planned or estate giving costs nothing today or even during your lifetime, and those legacy gifts will ensure EWG’s ability to deliver research, advocacy and tools to protect your family and generations to come.

How to Get Started
Already have a will?

To include EWG in your estate planning, share the sample bequest language below with your financial planner: 

I bequeath [the sum of _________ dollars] [all the rest, residue and remainder of my estate] [an amount equal to _____ percent of the net value of my estate] to Environmental Working Group (Tax Identification number 52-2148600), an environmental nonprofit organization located in Washington, D.C. 

[Optional:] It is my intent that this bequest be used for [specify program area].

Contact Wes Pyron by email at [email protected] or call 717-321-3630 for more details or to let us know of your gift intention. Thank you!

Ready to start a new will?

To help make this process easy, we’ve partnered with FreeWill, a tool that you can use to create your own will in less than 25 minutes, at zero cost to you. 

Visit Freewill.com/ewg to start drafting your will today.

Including a gift to EWG is a powerful way to protect your health and environment for decades to come.

This tool is free to you whether you choose to include a gift to EWG or not. You can use it to create a fully valid legal will or guide you through planning your will

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