If you're concerned that the rights you've enjoyed under the Second Amendment may not last for your children or grandchildren to experience and cherish, consider providing for a legacy of freedom. When you make a commitment through your will or other planned gift, you'll be contributing to the programs and activities of The NRA Foundation. In so doing, you would join other generous individuals as members of the Heritage Society.
What is the NRA Ring of Freedom Heritage Society?
The NRA Ring of Freedom Heritage Society distinguishes those men and women who strongly believe in the purposes of The NRA Foundation and generously assist in ensuring its future. Membership is awarded to all who have included The NRA Foundation in their will. Visit the NRA Ring of Freedom Heritage Society website for more information on being a part of the donor society or visit the NRA Planned Giving website for details on how to leave a gift.
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