Planned Giving

When you make the decision to include the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (Tax ID #52-1382926) in your will, you are leaving a legacy for future generations of law enforcement. Your planned gift will have a lasting impact on our ability to honor fallen officers, maintain the hallowed grounds of the Memorial, tell the story of American law enforcement, and make it safer for those who serve.

If you have already included or plan to include a provision in your will to give to NLEOMF or made or plan to make NLEOMF a beneficiary of a life insurance policy, please let us know by completing the Declaration of Intent Form.

If you do not yet have a will, we’ve partnered with FreeWill.com to help you plan for and protect your loved ones and your assets. Using this online resource, you can write a valid legal will in 20 minutes or less at no cost. FreeWill.com can also be used with an attorney for more complex estates. Note: you do not need to complete the Declaration of Intent Form if you use FreeWill.com.

Circle of Valor

When you create a planned gift, you have the opportunity to become a member of our Circle of Valor—a special group of visionary individuals who have included the Memorial Fund in their long-term financial and estate plans. Our members are insightful leaders who inspire others to consider making a planned gift of their own.

For us to properly thank you and welcome you as a member of the Circle of Valor, please let us know of your planned gift intentions by completing the Declaration of Intent Form or contact: Diane LaVigna, CFRE, Chief Development Officer at dlavigna@nleomf.org.

The information you provide in the form will ensure that we have accurate records to provide the best possible stewardship of your gift. This form is not a binding legal document, and your information will be kept confidential. If you prefer to remain anonymous, we will gladly honor your request.

As a Circle of Valor member, you will receive:

  • A Circle of Valor donor pin
  • A commemorative certificate demonstrating your commitment to law enforcement heroes.

For Financial Advisors and Attorneys

We understand that planned gifts to charities such as the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (Tax ID #52-1382926) can be an important part of your clients’ overall financial and estate plans. That is why we are committed to working with you to ensure that your clients find the charitable arrangements that best meet their needs.

Contact:

Diane LaVigna, CFRE
Chief Development Officer
dlavigna@nleomf.org
202-737-7494