When you and the Museum work together to establish a planned gift, you leave a lasting legacy and enable the Museum to continue its critical work in perpetuity. Please take the first step and contact the Museum’s planned giving professionals at 202.488.6591 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We would be delighted to answer your questions and send you information.
There are several ways to include the Museum in your financial and estate planning.
You can use a wide variety of assets to make a charitable planned gift.
The Museum is happy to work with you to meet your philanthropic goals. Please contact us to arrange a confidential conversation.
In honor of the Museum's 25th anniversary in April 2018, Jen and Dan Mendelson are sponsoring a $1 million Legacy Challenge to help secure the Museum's future. With the Mendelson Challenge, new outright or planned gifts directed towards the Museum's endowment will be matched up to 10 percent, with a maximum match of $25,000 per gift.
All qualifying gifts established or newly identified before February 15, 2018, are eligible. To learn more, contact George E. Hellman, JD, associate deputy chief development officer, Planned Giving and Endowments, at 202.488.6591 or email@example.com.
Download a PDF with information about the Mendelson Challenge.
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