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You remember starting your 4-H club meeting by pledging your head,
heart, hands, and health so your community, and even the world, were
better places for all. Now you have the opportunity to show your continued support to the 4-H mission as a member of The National 4-H
Heritage Club, National 4-H Council’s Planned Giving Society.
Join others who support 4-H’s future by naming National 4-H Council in your
estate plans. Anyone who has made a planned gift to National 4-H Council and
completed a Declaration of Intent is eligible for membership in the National 4-H
Heritage Club. There are no fees or minimum required to become a member of the
National 4-H Heritage Club.
Legacy gifts to National 4-H Council can be made using a variety of planned giving vehicles:
Contact us to learn more about vehicles that you feel may be better suited to your
particular financial needs and plans. We accept "unrestricted" gifts and are glad to discuss gifts
you want directed to specific program areas. Our goal is to
accurately understand and record the intent of your gifts to 4-H.
The most commonly used vehicle for making a legacy gift to National 4-H
Council is a bequest included in a will or trust. Sample bequest
language is provided that you may wish to use when working with your
attorney or estate planner. You are under no obligation, however, to use this language in order to leave an estate gift to National 4-H Council."I give (the sum, percentage of estate, or description of
property) to National 4-H Council, 7100 Connecticut Ave., Chevy Chase,
MD 20815 to be used for its general unrestricted purposes."
With a separate Memorandum of Agreement, gifts may be designated to
benefit existing funds, or (for gifts of $25,000 and above) to create
new endowed funds.
2012 Annual Report
Audited Financial Statements
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