There are many ways to give to the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, and your options can benefit you and your family, too. Whether remembering the Museum in your will, establishing an income-producing gift, or giving appreciated stock, you can help ensure that the Museum can continue its mission to teach the history of the Holocaust and advance human rights to combat prejudice, hatred, and indifference.
For more information on how you can inspire generations to come, please contact Corey Hiscocks, Endowment & Planned Giving Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wills and Trusts: Donate money, property, or share of your estate’s residue.
Beneficiary Designation: Name the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum as primary beneficiary of a percentage or all of your retirement plan, life insurance, bank account, or donor advised fund.
Donor Advised Fund: Recommend a grant from your donor advised fund.
IRA: If you are 70 ½ or older, give any amount up to $105,000 from your IRA each year directly to a qualified nonprofit such as the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum.
Securities (stocks, bonds, notes, mutual funds, and exchange-traded funds): Give appreciated assets you have owned longer than one year.
Charitable Lead Trust: Establish a trust that provides payments to the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum for a term of years, then pays the remainder to family members or beneficiaries of your choice.
LIFE INCOME GIFTS
Charitable Remainder Trust: You or other beneficiaries receive income for life paid from assets you place in a trust, then the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum receives the remainder.
All planned gifts must be in accordance with the Museum’s Gift Acceptance Policy. The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum is a 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization located in Dallas County, Texas. Tax ID 75-2113723.