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Donor Spotlight 

Robert L. Bryant

Read why Robert L. Bryant (NAS '07) is such a dedicated supporter of the NAS and our mission. 

 
 

Ways to Give 

 

Online 

To give online with your credit card, you can use our secure online gift form by clicking here and following the instructions provided. You can make your gift as a one-time payment, or you can set up a convenient recurring gift. Your credit card will be charged on the 15th of each month until you tell us to stop. Online gifts are the most immediate way to support the institution and/or program of your choice. 

 

Mail or Phone

Our printable donation form provides an easy way to mail your gift. Checks should be mailed to our secure offsite processing center at:

 

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

Office of Development 

P.O. Box 936138

Atlanta, GA 31193-6135

 

To make your gift via telephone, please call the Office of Development at 202-334-2431 and be ready to provide the information requested on the donation form. 

 

Planned Gifts

Gifts such as bequests, charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, and retirement plans represent you current commitment to our nation's long-term future. Explore our planned giving program today. 

 

Workplace Giving

  • CFC Logo EinsteinCombined Federal Campaign (CFC) - Federal employees can support the National Academies through the CFC during the designated official solicitation period. We are proud to be a part of this meaningful workplace giving campaign. You can learn more about the CFC and monitor upcoming dates here. The National Academies' listing number is CFC #39601.
  • Matching Gifts - Did you know that your gift may be eligible for matching dollars if a corporation or foundation with a matching gift program employs you or a family member? This is an easy way to double your donation. Please contact the administrator of your matching gift program to find out the steps you need to take in order to have your gift matched. 

Stock Gifts 

A gift of long-term appreciated stock (more than one year) allows you to potentially avoid capital gains tax. When itemizing your deductions, you can deduct the fair market value of the stock. If you choose this option, please complete and submit one of our stock gift forms and contact us at 202-334-2431 so that we can accurately credit your contribution. 

 

Professional Award or Honoraria Gifts 

Donating professional awards, honoraria, prizes, or other forms of payment can be a creative way to support the work of the National Academies while potentially avoiding the taxable income. If you would like to learn more about how to donate an award or honoraria to the National Academies, please contact the Office of Development at 202-334-2431 or giving@nationalacademies.org


Tax-Exempt Status

Gifts of grants are tax-deductible when made to the National Academy of Sciences, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, which includes the National Academy of Engineering and National Academy of Medicine. The NAS tax identification number is 53-0196932. For your reference, a copy of our 501(c)(3) Tax Determination Letter is available to download

 

The NAE's independent assets and operating funds are held in the National Academy of Engineering Fund (NAEF), a tax-exempt corporation under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. NAEF was created to support the mission and goals of the NAE. Gifts and grants to the NAE/NAEF are tax-deductible. The NAEF tax identification number is 23-7284092.

 

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine proudly adhere to a Donor Bill of Rights, allowing you as our donor, to have complete confidence that your wishes will be respected. 

 

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