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Options for Giving

There are many ways to plan for your estate to offer support for your loved ones while also supporting the Marine Corps Association Foundation.

By leaving a charitable gift in your estate plans to the Marine Corps Association Foundation, you can help us stand by Marines by providing forums for professional education, exchanging ideas and preserving the traditions of the Corps.

Ways to Give Through Your Estate

Gifts from Your Will or Trust

A gift from your will or trust, called a bequest, can provide a gift to the Marine Corps Association Foundation after you have provided for your loved ones. It can be arranged as a part of your initial estate planning or with an amendment to your existing plan.

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Sample Gift Language

Documenting Your Intentions

Beneficiary Designation Gifts

When preparing a will, life insurance policy, or retirement account, you can designate an individual or organization, known as the beneficiary, to receive the benefits or proceeds when you pass away.

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Gifts of Stock and Appreciated Assets

Donating appreciated stock is one of the easiest ways to give more to causes you care about like the Marine Corps Association Foundation.

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Gifts of Life Insurance

Have you reached a point in your life where you no longer need life insurance? Why not use the insurance policy to help advance our mission?

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Gifts from your IRA

A gift from your IRA is a way to take your required minimum distribution (RMD), skip the tax and make a meaningful gift to support the Marine Corps Association Foundation this year.

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Legal Name: Marine Corps Association Foundation

Tax ID. Number: 80-0340923

Mailing Address: 715 Broadway Street, Quantico, VA 22134

The information on this website is not intended as legal or tax advice. For such advice, please consult an attorney or tax advisor. State law may further impact your individual results.