Generosity comes in many forms, and it's often the best way for you to support important causes that matter the most to you in your life. When you give to National Presbyterian School, you help us make a difference.
To learn more about Planned Giving at NPS, please contact Mary Marra Director of Development.
The Cardinal Society
NPS has established The Cardinal Society to honor those who include NPS in their estate plans. By becoming a member of The Cardinal Society, you will help shape the school’s future by leaving a lasting legacy to our students and faculty. We invite you to join The Cardinal Society by including a gift to NPS as part of your estate planning. A planned gift can take many forms; outlined below are the most common ways families can support charitable institutions. Your financial planner or attorney can advise you as to the best vehicle for your family.
Bequests are made by including NPS in your will. A percentage of the estate, a fixed dollar amount, or a particular asset can be gifted to NPS.
Bequests may be unrestricted or designated to the general endowment or to a particular endowed fund. If you are interested in establishing a new fund or designating your bequest for a particular purpose, please contact Mary Marra, Director of Development and she will be happy to discuss it with you.
It is important the school’s name is stated correctly in your will. Please provide your estate planner with this information:
National Presbyterian School
4121 Nebraska Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20016
Federal Tax ID Number: 52-1748507
IRAs, paid-in-full life insurance plans, and other retirement plans are easy ways to make a planned gift to NPS. You may list NPS as a beneficiary (either as a single beneficiary or with other charities or family members) or as a contingent beneficiary in retirement plans or in paid-up life insurance policies.
If you are 70 1/2 or older and have an IRA, your IRA plan administrator can make a direct distribution from your IRA to NPS.
A donor advised fund (DAF), which is like a charitable savings account, gives you the flexibility to recommend how much and how often money is granted to National Presbyterian School and other qualified charities. You may recommend a grant or recurring grants now to make an immediate impact or use your fund as a tool for future charitable gifts.
A charitable trust is a creative way to support your family and organizations you care about. There are several forms of trusts that involve the irrevocable transfer of assets. Your financial planner can advise you as to the best way to structure your trust.