Great Blacks In Wax Museum is a nonprofit organization;
we depend on donations to continue operating and expanding
the many exhibits, events, and programs we offer. Your
donations help us preserve and promote the legacy of American
history in this way, particularly that of African Americans.
Your donations also helps fund the many programs we offer
our children where we use arts and education to improve
the lives of potentially at-risk children primarily in
the metropolitan community. Help us continue to enhance
and enrich the lives of our visitors, children and community.
Put your dollars to work for the educational benefits
at The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum. Your donations
are put to good use and help provide support for:
*Educational programs for children
*Community outreach programs
*Wax Figure acquisitions *Expansion Plans
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- (Combined Charity Campaign)
- State Employee #6501
- (United Charity Campaign)
- Federal Employee #3705
- (Combined Federal Campaign)
Contribute to The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum's
future by planning for a special kind of gift. Although
cash contributions to The National Great Blacks In Wax
Museum are always appreciated, there are other creative
and flexible options that can benefit you and the Museum.
You can help ensure The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum's
future by creating a trust while you are living or by
including the Museum in your will.
Appreciated securities are an excellent way of funding
many of these gifts, often unlocking greater income while
eliminating, or at least reducing, capital gains tax.
Donors who contribute through a planned gift are invited
to join The Tanner Group. The Tanner Group recognizes
those friends who share a concern and provide generously
for the Museum's future.
One of the simplest ways to support the Museum's future,
a bequest provides a gift for The National Great Blacks
In Wax Museum in your Will. Bequest
Donors who have remembered the Museum in their Wills
have benefited The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum
in many ways, helping to build and maintain its collections
and providing indispensable support for exhibitions, publications,
conservation efforts, and a range of educational activities.
A bequest is one of the simplest ways to provide for The
National Great Blacks In Wax Museum's future and can take
You may arrange for the Museum to receive:
a specific dollar amount
specified assets, such as securities, real
estate or tangible personal property
all or a percentage of the remainder of your
estate after all other obligations (a residuary bequest)
You may make a bequest to The National Great Blacks
In Wax Museum by preparing a new will or adding a codicil
to your present will.
o An outright bequest to The National Great Blacks
In Wax Museum is fully tax-deductible for estate-tax
An agreement between you and The National Great Blacks
In Wax Museum that provides you with regular fixed payments
annually (an annuity) for life in exchange for transferring
assets to the Museum.
An agreement between you and a trustee that
can provide fixed or variable income to meet your specific
financial needs, at the termination of which the remaining
assets are passed to the Museum.
An agreement between you and a trustee that provides income
to The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum for a period
of years, at the end of which the trust property typically
passes to an heir.
Life Insurance Real Estate
For more information call (410) 563-7809, ext. 104 or