Your Guide to Giving
However you decide to give — direct contribution, workplace giving, a planned gift, or gift of stocks or firearms — rest assured that all funds generated go directly to the support of firearm-related activities and preserving our cherished right to bear arms.
You really can make a difference. In fact, just $20 brings the Eddie Eagle GunSafe message to 50 school students. $250 trains a law enforcement instructor in tactical shooting and safety. And $1,000 enables a local agency to reach an amazing 100 citizens with Refuse to be a Victim strategies.
Amount of every dollar spent in 2021 by The NRA Foundation that went to grants for programs including youth, range development and improvement, training, education and safety.
Amount in grants awarded by The NRA Foundation to eligible projects, programs, and organizations since 1990, and counting.
Percent The NRA Foundation endowment investment portfolio was up for the year ended December 31, 2021.
Number of events held in 2021 by Friends of NRA, the fundraising arm of The NRA Foundation which raises funds to support the shooting sports.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Gift of Guns
A gift of personal firearms will provide you with a tax-deduction for the value of the property. There are many 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.
Round-Up and Add-A-Buck Programs
Support the Foundation when shopping at participating companies by rounding-up your purchase to the next dollar or adding-a-buck to your purchase.
Attend a 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.
Supporters in the Spotlight
The NRA Foundation couldn’t do everything we do without our generous corporate supporters.
“As part of The NRA Foundation, the John M. Browning Endowment benefits the NRA Shooting Sports Camp Program, part of the NRA’s Firearms Marksmanship and Training Endowment. Contributions to the endowment will never be spent, but rather invested to ensure a permanent funding for shooting programs into the future.”
"Thanks to the generous support of like-minded organizations like Dallas Safari Club Foundation, we are able to build the next generation of hunters and shooters through our youth programs. Dallas Safari Club Foundation has been a major supporter of the NRA Youth Hunter Education Challenge for several years, and we are proud to work together in this shared mission."
"All the folks here at Brownells absolutely believe in the tremendously important work the The NRA Foundation does on behalf of all gun owners."