Legacy Society
Leave a Legacy
You can help grow youth shooting sports with a gift that costs you nothing today.

The Legacy Society is a prestigious group reserved for those generous individuals, couples and families who have made major gifts or have chosen to include a gift to the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation in their will or estate plans.

Making a charitable gift through your will or estate plans is a simple and impactful way to support our youth of tomorrow.

As you move through your estate planning process, please keep in mind that there are many ways to support Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation in your will and they range from bequests to gift annuities to gifts from retirement plan assets to gifts of insurance, and each gift supports getting more kids out shooting. For more information on planned giving , please feel free to contact Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation board member, Mark Wade or Executive Director, Ben Berka.

See how others have left a legacy for the future of youth shooting sports:
  • Charles Gates

    The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF) has directly benefited from members of the shooting sports community intent on leaving a legacy to future generations of young athletes.

    In 2014, National Skeet Shooting Association (NSSA) member Charles Gates passed. Unbeknownst to either organization at the time, Mr. Gates had structured his estate to donate his prized Krieghoff shotgun collection to be sold, with the proceeds to specifically support the youth shooting initiatives of both the NSSA and the SSSF.

    While his estate benefited from the tax advantages of planned giving, his thoughtfulness also enabled him to further his passion to support youth shooting long after his passing.

    It is also a wonderful example of the power of planned giving which can benefit your personal estate as well as charitable 501(c)(3) organizations like the SSSF.

The following are two examples of how to indicate a general or undesignated gift to the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation:

Note: These examples are only suggestions. If you’re considering becoming a contributor, you should consult your legal counsel to review and fit your individual situation.

REMAINDER OF ESTATE

“I give, devise, and bequeath to the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation, Inc. TAX I.D. #20-8484121, all [or state the fraction or percentage] of the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate, both real and personal for Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation’s general use and purpose. The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation may be contacted in care of its National Office at 5931 Roft Road, San Antonio, TX 78253, 1-210-448-8946.”

SPECIFIC AMOUNT

“I give, devise, and bequeath $_____ to the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation, Inc. TAX I.D. #20-8484121 for Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation’s general use and purpose. The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation may be contacted in care of its National Office at 5931 Roft Road, San Antonio, TX 78253, 1-210-448-8946.”

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The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to providing shooting-sports education and opportunities to school-age youths around the United States to encourage young athlete personal growth and development.
Tax-ID number 20-8484121.