Gifts by will have become an integral part of philanthropic tradition, because such gifts enable a person to make significant contributions that may not have been possible during life. Some common examples of bequests are:
- General Bequest: a specified dollar amount.
- Specific Bequest: specific piece of property.
- Residuary Bequest: all or part of property after all debts, taxes, expenses, and all other bequests have been paid.
- Percentage Bequest: a percentage of the estate or the residuary estate.
Every gift counts: Monetary or other tax-deductible contributions to the Museum fund some of our greatest needs from securing the preservation of rare vehicles, funding the lawn events, to extending the reach of our educational initiatives to various groups including under-served communities.
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