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Recommend a grant now from your donor-advised fund:
You can now initiate a grant recommendation from your donor-advised fund, or DAF, using the link below. Simply start typing in your fund provider name and the system will prompt you through the process.
IRA Charitable Rollover:
You can transfer funds from your IRA directly to The National World War II Museum. This is an effective way to have an immediate impact and ensure our work of informing and inspiring through the lessons of WWII continues. Here’s how it works:
- You must be 70 ½ or older.
- An individual may transfer up to a total of $105,000 per year and a married couple may give up to $210,000.
- Your gift must be transferred directly from the IRA account to The National World War II Museum.
- Your gift is a transfer of funds from your IRA to The National World War II Museum so it does not create taxable income for you and is not considered a charitable tax deduction.
- If you are 73 and older, the transfer of funds counts towards your annual Required Minimum Distribution* from your IRA.
- A couple with a joint IRA may take a one-time QCD up to $106,000 to fund a charitable gift annuity (CGA) or charitable remainder trust (CRT).
If you’re interested in this popular way to support The National World War II Museum, download a sample letter for your IRA administrator here.
Gifts of Securities:
You can use stocks, bonds, and mutual funds that have appreciated in value to support our shared vision. You may receive a charitable income tax deduction for the full market value of the stock (up to a maximum of 30% of your adjusted gross income) and avoid paying the capital gains tax on any increase in the value of the stock.
Gifts of Property:
The Museum will consider gifts of tangible personal property, including artwork, jewelry, or other assets. Gifts like these are tax deductible in the same way as gifts of cash. You can also attach conditions to the gift, such as the provision to live in the property during your lifetime.
Memorial or Tribute Gift:
You may want to honor that person through a planned gift from your estate. If you wish to make an outright gift, please use this Tribute Gift Form to share details with us.