Estate Planning

When you commit a gift through your will or other estate document, you'll be contributing to the programs and activities of The NRA Foundation by leaving a legacy of Freedom.

Leave a lasting legacy with a planned gift that will benefit generations to come.

Planning a charitable gift through your estate benefits you and The NRA Foundation. Planned gifts can include wills, trusts, retirement accounts, personal property, beneficiary designations on other types of investment accounts, payable on death bank accounts, and life insurance.

Request an Estate Planning Guide

Submit your information to receive an electronic or print copy of the NRA’s Member Giving Guide. It is an easy way to explore your options and prepare to leave a gift to The NRA Foundation.

Sample Bequest Language*

The following is suggested language that your advisor can use to create your planned gift.

Residual Gift to The NRA Foundation. All [or state a %] of the rest, residue, and remainder of my property, both real and personal and wheresoever situated, I give, devise and bequeath to The NRA Foundation, (A 501(c)(3) entity, Federal Tax ID 52-1710886), and located at 11250 Waples Mill Road, Fairfax, Virginia 22030, for its general purposes as shall be determined by its Board of Trustees.

What is the NRA Ring of Freedom Heritage Society?

The NRA Ring of Freedom Heritage Society distinguishes those who strongly believe in the purposes of The NRA Foundation and generously assist in ensuring its future. Membership is for all who have included The NRA Foundation or other NRA related organization in their will, trust, or other estate plans.

Have a Question About Making a Planned Gift?

Contact us toll-free at 877-NRA-GIVE or email us at [email protected]

Did you already leave a planned gift to The NRA Foundation?

Thank you! Please share your plans with us so we can connect and plan for the organization’s future. We want to honor you for your generosity and thank you for your support.

The NRA as well as other NRA-affiliated entities cannot provide legal, accounting, tax or other advice to individuals. All prospective donors are strongly urged to seek the assistance of personal, legal, and financial advisors in matters relating to their gifts and the resulting tax and estate planning consequences.

More Ways of Giving

Direct or Online Contribution

This is the quickest and easiest way to donate to The NRA Foundation.

Gift of Guns

A gift of personal firearms will provide you with a tax-deduction for the value of the property.

Attend a Friends of NRA Event

There is something for everyone at your local Friends of NRA event.