CREATE A LEGACY IN HONOR OF OUR U.S ARMED FORCES THROUGH PLANNED GIVING STRATEGIES
The Naples Museum of Military History honors all branches of the U.S. military and is dedicated to preserving the history of freedom and liberty American Warriors have secured through centuries of battle around the world. On display in the Naples Airport is an unmatched collection of over 14,000 artifacts like uniforms, weapons, maps, and Prisoner of War (POW) memorabilia from the Revolutionary War up through the War on Terror. As contributions of military related items continue to increase, The Naples Museum of Military History needs to expand to a larger location, and is seeking financial support from like-minded supporters in our surrounding communities. Through the generosity of donors, veterans, and their families, a more fitting tribute will be paid through building a larger, more inclusive museum. We respectfully solicit your support in creating an eternal legacy to those who sacrificed, and to many who unselfishly gave their all.
Make a gift now and receive benefits.
Make a larger gift with little or no effect on cash flow.
HOW YOU MAKE THE GIFT
Give stock or securities that have increased in value directly
to the museum.
Donate farmland, a commerical property or a secondary residence.
Donate tangible personal items of value such as art, jewelry, or collectibles.
Qualify for a potential income tax deduction.
Avoid capital gains taxes on assets that have increased in value.
Transfer the expense of insuring or maintaining assets you no longer need.
If you would like to establish your legacy through financial or in-kind donations, and benefit from these unique planned giving strategies while learning more about how you can fortify the Museum’s future, please contact:
David Hinds, President & Chairman – Board of Directors 614 205 0357 (C)
Michael Iacampo, Planned Giving Director 239 339 3644 (C)
Visit the Museum
500 Terminal Drive, Naples, FL 34104
Located in the Commercial Terminal
Hours of Operation
Monday-Saturday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sunday Noon - 3:00 PM
FREE Admission (Donations accepted)