Gift of Giving
You may designate all or a portion of your donation to a specific The Heart Of A Marine Foundation program or event. Your request will be directed in accordance to your wishes. We accept cash, checks (personal, business, and organizational) as well as on-line giving with a credit card. Please send your donations to:
The Heart Of A Marine Foundation
PO Box 1732
Elk Grove Village, Illinois 60007
Tribute and Memorial Gifts
A tribute/memorial gift is a meaningful way to express your caring. Celebrate a significant occasion, a loved one, or commemorate a milestone with a donation made in their honor to The Heart Of A Marine Foundation. You may designate your gift to the program or event of your choice. When you make a tribute gift, we will notify the person or family that you have made a donation in their honor, or in the memory of a loved one. We will not disclose the gift amount.
Please consider the option of long-term, planned giving to The Heart Of A Marine Foundation. This is preferred at times to meet estate, financial, and tax planning needs. There are many options available to assist you fulfill your donation wishes and financial goals. Bequests, charitable remainder trusts, and gift annuities are a few options. There are steps to completing your estate plan.
- Consider your priorities so you can determine goals and objectives for your estate.
- Become familiar with common tools of estate planning, such as wills, and power of attorney.
- Gather data for your tax and legal advisors. This is an assessment of your property and the plans you have for your estate's future.
- Seek professional counsel and advise to assist in your plans.
With a planned gift you can help The Heart Of A Marine Foundation provide services to our veterans in the coming years.
Corporations, business, and organizations will often match donations made by employees, spouses, or retired personnel. Consult your company’s human resources department for details and procedures.
*This information is not intended to provide specific legal, tax, accounting, or investment advice. You should seek the advice of qualified professionals in estate planning*