Help Us Continue the Tradition and Teach Freedom

There are a number of ways you can make a gift benefitting the future of the shooting sports

Your Guide to Giving

There are many ways in which you can donate. Whichever method you select — direct contribution, workplace giving, a planned gift, or gift of stocks or firearms — you can rest assured that all funds generated will go directly to the support of firearm-related activities and preserving our cherished right to bear arms. Learn more about the various giving options below.

You can make a difference

$12 supports one participant in a 4-H shooting program.  $100 teaches 300 grade school students Eddie Eagle’s important GunSafe message. $5,000 can support an entire Boy Scout Council shooting program for a year.

87¢ of every dollar

spent by The NRA Foundation in 2014 went to grants for programs including youth, range development and improvement, training, education and safety.

6.6% investment return

 Our endowment investment portfolio was up 6.6% for the year ended December 31, 2014.

Direct or Online Contribution

This is the quickest and easiest way to donate to The NRA Foundation. Choose the option that works best for you — online, by check, credit card, phone or through the mail.

Workplace Giving

Through United Way, Combined Federal Campaign or other programs offered by your employer, you can make a gift to The NRA Foundation through payroll deduction or by designating the Foundation in your charitable giving. Check with your employers HR department to find out. 

Estate Planning

Whether providing for a bright future for our firearms heritage through a will, annuity, life insurance, retirement account or a trust, the Foundation stands ready to assist you in determining what type of planned gift will work best for you to meet your charitable giving goals. Learn more.

Charitable Gift Annuity

Transfer cash or property to The NRA Foundation in exchange for a partial tax deduction and a lifetime stream of annual income from the Foundation. Learn more.

Gifts of Stocks, Bonds & Other Securities

A gift of appreciated securities allows you to take an income tax deduction for the fair-market value of the asset to the extent allowable by law, regardless of the original purchase price. Learn more.

Gift of Guns

A gift of personal firearms will provide you with a tax-deduction for the value of the property. There are a number of ways in which your firearms will serve to help the foundation — either by preserving them in the NRA Museums or by generating income for the Foundation by their sale. Learn more.

Round-Up Program

Participating companies foster contributions from their customers by having them round-up their purchase to the next dollar. Learn more.

Volunteer

The gift of your time is appreciated and can be best shared in your own community through your support of Friends of NRA. These fundraising events are held across the country and bring together Americans who share a commitment to the shooting sports. To learn more, fill out the form here

Friends of NRA Event

With Fun, Fellowship and Fundraising, there is something for everyone at your local Friends of NRA event. Your participation will help safeguard programs across the nation that prepare today's generations to be tomorrow's guardians of the Second Amendment. To find an event near you click here.

Make a Donation to The NRA Foundation

Contact us toll-free at 877-NRA-GIVE to donate or to explore other ways in which you can give.

You may also email us at nraf@nrahq.org

The NRA Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.  The NRA Foundation Tax ID number is: 52-1710886

    

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