Your Intactivism. Your Values. Your Legacy.

You can help Intact America while ensuring that your values live on for generations by joining the Gene H. Burkett Legacy Circle.

Member Benefits

By including Intact America in your estate planning, you will become a member of the Gene H. Burkett Legacy Circle in recognition of your visionary generosity. As a member, you will receive:

    • Personal invitations to Intact America events
    • Recognition in select Intact America publications and on our website
    • Exclusive “State of the Organization” Zoom calls or webinars with Intact America leadership.
Gene H. Burkett

I am 100% confident that I am doing the right thing with my donation. My willingness to do this, with no strings attached, is the direct result of my faith in Intact America’s integrity, abilities, and dedication to this cause. I trust that you will use this money wisely to be able to fulfill my hopes and dreams.

—Gene Burkett


Making a gift through your will is the simplest way to create a legacy of protecting children’s rights. To do so, add this sentence to your existing will: “I give and bequeath (dollar amount, a percentage of residuary estate, etc.) to Intact America, Inc., EIN# 81-2887457, Box 8516, Tarrytown, NY, 10591.

Through our partnership with FreeWill, we’ve made it easy for you to create the official legal document in 20 minutes, free of charge, and start your estate planning.

Gifts by Beneficiary Designation

Naming Intact America as a beneficiary of your retirement account, life insurance plan, bank account, donor advised fund, real estate, or other assets is a convenient way to give. It doesn’t require an estate plan or lawyer, and you can change your beneficiaries at any time.

Gifts of Retirement Plans

There are excellent tax benefits to reap from donating retirement plan assets in an IRA, 401(K), 403(B), or qualified pension to Intact America. Intact America will receive the full value of the distributions tax-free. The assets designated for Intact America will not be a part of your taxable estate, potentially lowering estate taxes.