Your Freedom Legacy

Ensure the Future of the American Dream for Generations to Come

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As a proud American, you have experienced the blessings of liberty. You have enjoyed the freedom and opportunity America offers everyone to earn success and care for the ones they love. But those American freedoms are always one generation away from being lost forever. By making a legacy gift to Americans for Prosperity, you can ensure a lasting citizen-powered movement dedicated to educating, motivating, and empowering people to hold their government accountable to our founding principles of limited government, personal responsibility, and freedom. Your legacy will ensure all people can improve their lives and their communities for generations to come.

If you wish to discuss a Planned Gift, contact Christopher Grozev at CGrozev@seminarnetwork.org or 571.451.0397.


I have already included Americans for Prosperity in my estate plans. What now?

We are honored by your commitment and would appreciate the opportunity to recognize and express our gratitude for your gift. Please complete our non-binding letter of intent so you can elect to be recognized with other generous supporters in the legacy society and ensure that your intent will be honored.

You've lived a successful and fulfilling life as a proud American.

Now you can help others do the same for generations to come.

Planning Options

There are many advantages to bequest gifts:

Easy to Arrange. It is simple for your attorney to incorporate gift language as a part of the drafting process. As you’ll see below, we’ve suggested sample language. If you already have a will, your attorney can easily draft an amendment to your will. A gift can likewise be easily incorporated into a revocable living trust.

Retain full ownership and use of your assets throughout your life. Perhaps you want to make a gift to support Americans for Prosperity but are not in a position to draw upon resources you may need in the years ahead. A bequest allows you to make a gift while preserving your financial security.

Flexible. A gift is not set in stone and can be changed if your life circumstances change.

Several types of bequests are possible:

A General Bequest for a certain dollar amount — “the sum of $25,000”

A Specific Bequest of a particular asset — “1,000 shares of XYZ stock”

A Residual Bequest once other assets have been distributed — “fifty percent of the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate”

A Contingent Bequest made only under certain conditions — “in the event my spouse does not survive me”

In addition, your bequest can be used where the need is greatest or you can support a particular program.

“We made a difference. We made the city stronger, we made the city freer, and we left her in good hands.” – President Ronald Reagan

Suggested Bequest Language

The following is intended to help you and your attorney in drafting a bequest that meets your individual interests. As you consult your attorney on the selection of appropriate wording to reflect your own goals and intentions regarding Americans for Prosperity, be sure the organization’s correct legal name appears in all final documents as:

“Americans for Prosperity, a District of Columbia nonprofit corporation, or its successor, Federal Tax Identification Number: 75-3148958.”

A General Bequest of a stated sum of money may be worded:

“I give to Americans for Prosperity, a District of Columbia nonprofit corporation, or its successor, Federal Tax Identification Number 75-3148958, .”

A Specific Bequest of a certain asset from your estate may be worded:

“I give to Americans for Prosperity, a District of Columbia nonprofit corporation, or its successor, Federal Tax Identification Number 75-3148958, .”

A Residuary Bequest, after other bequests and expenses have been paid, may be worded:

“I give to Americans for Prosperity, a District of Columbia nonprofit corporation, or its successor, Federal Tax Identification Number 75-3148958, all [or a portion] of the rest, residue and remainder of my estate.”

A Contingent Bequest if the Testator is not survived by certain individuals:

“If [name/s of primary beneficiary/ies] do/es not survive me, or shall die within ninety (90) days from the date of my death, or as a result of a common disaster, then I give to Americans for Prosperity, a District of Columbia nonprofit corporation, or its successor, Federal Tax Identification Number 75-3148958, .”

If you have any questions about bequest language or to learn more about how your gift can help Americans for Prosperity, please contact your Regional Development Manager or Christopher Grozev at CGrozev@seminarnetwork.org or 571.451.0397.

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Americans for Prosperity is a 501(c)(4) organization, as determined by the Internal Revenue Service. Contributions to Americans for Prosperity are not tax-deductible. Please consult your financial advisor.