Ways to Donate
Additional Ways to Donate
Checks made payable to "The MOAA Foundation" can be mailed to:
The MOAA Foundation, PO Box 1555, Merrifield, VA 22116-9942
Checks made payable to "MOAA Scholarship Fund" can be mailed to:
The MOAA Scholarship Fund, PO Box 1824, Merrifield, VA 22116-9917
You may contribute to The MOAA Foundation and/or MOAA Scholarship Fund in memory of a loved one, friend, or colleague, or to commemorate a special occasion. We will acknowledge your gift by sending a letter to the person(s) you designate. Please be sure to include the appropriate names and addresses with your gift.
The MOAA Foundation and MOAA Scholarship Fund both participate in the Combined Federal Campaign. Federal employees, including members of the uniformed services, and retirees may select TMF and/or the scholarship fund as their selected charity. Those interested in donating through the Combined Federal Campaign can set up their annual CFC pledge supporting The MOAA Foundation (CFC 86590) and/or the MOAA Scholarship Fund (CFC 11285) annually during a set time frame. Outside of that period, new employees or retirees are permitted to make pledges within 30 days of beginning their new position.
To set up your pledge, visit cfcgiving.opm.gov to create your donor profile and establish your pledge.
It may be to your financial advantage to give marketable securities - stocks, bonds, or mutual funds - instead of cash as a gift to The MOAA Foundation and/or MOAA Scholarship Fund.
Any securities you have owned for more than 12 months that have increased in value since you bought them are subject to long-term capital gains tax when you sell them. If you make a gift of these securities to our foundation however, you can save twice -- once when you receive a charitable deduction for the securities' fair market value as of the day of transfer, and again when you avoid the taxes on the capital gains. Consult your financial adviser regarding the details of such a transaction.
For more information and instructions on how to transfer your securities to The MOAA Foundation, call our Development office at 1 (800) 234-6622, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A bequest - a gift made through your will - allows you to retain control of your assets during your lifetime and distribute them as you wish upon your death. After providing for loved ones, many people choose to include a gift to The MOAA Foundation and/or MOAA Scholarship Fund.
Some of the most common types of bequests include a fixed dollar amount, a percentage of the estate, or the residual portion of the estate. A charitable bequest may reduce the estate tax. Consult an attorney when making or revising a will to ensure compliance with state law and to minimize any applicable taxes.
Please email email@example.com for language that your lawyer will find useful when drafting your request.
Donors who provide for The MOAA Foundation either by means of a bequest or a planned gift are eligible for Heritage Society. For more information, please call our Development office at 1-800-234-6622, or email MOAA_Foundation@moaa.org.
This donation option is ideal for those who are 70.5 or older and own an IRA. A qualified charitable distribution (QCD) taken from your traditional IRA counts as a distribution for purposes of the required minimum distribution (RMD) rules. You can donate all or part of your annual RMD (up to the $100,000 limit) without having to count that distribution as taxable income. To do this, you must instruct your financial advisor, bank, or IRA administrator to transfer funds from your traditional IRA directly to a public charity, such as The MOAA Foundation or MOAA Scholarship Fund. Be sure to request your name and address be listed on the distribution check or accompanying materials and send it to:
For additional information on ways to support our mission, contact our Development Team: (800) 234-6622 ext. 169 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Promise to Donors
MOAA Charities is grateful for all donations and works hard to ensure your donations are used to benefit the people in our community who need assistance the most. Both of our charities, The MOAA Foundation and the MOAA Scholarship Fund, have received The Platinum Seal of Transparency, the highest level of recognition offered by GuideStar, the world's largest source of nonprofit information. This rating reflects our commitment to transparency. To view our transparency documents, click here.
Additionally, with almost 90 years of combined experience, The MOAA Foundation and the MOAA Scholarship Fund are proud to be recognized and vetted by the following organizations:
The MOAA Foundation (EIN 46-4219250) and the MOAA Scholarship Fund (EIN 54-1659039) are both public, non-profit, charitable organizations incorporated in Virginia and declared tax-exempt by the Internal Revenue Service under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations to these entities are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law. We are committed to demonstrating the highest standards of public accountability and stewardship of donors' gifts. Your personal information is never sold or given to other charities.
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