Leave a Legacy

When considering the future, estate planning is essential to know our family will be cared for after we are gone and give to those organizations that have meant the most to us. There's no better way to ensure the welfare of your FBI Family than with a tax-deductible planned gift that supports one or more of the Foundation's programs for years to come. Here are some easy ways to give back to your FBI Family:

  • Make a beneficiary designation or a gift through a will or trust.
  • Create a named scholarship with a $100,000 minimum contribution.
  • Turn unneeded life insurance into a charitable gift.
  • Make a minimum distribution directly from your IRA.
  • Transfer U.S. Savings Bonds under the terms of a will or trust.
  • Give the remainder of a bank or investment account.
  • Setup a Donor-Advised fund.

 

Join the Legacy Circle!

We can help you tailor a gift to meet your personal interests and ensure the legacy you envision is a reality. Your support makes a difference and allows us to be there working for you to preserve the shared FBI values and support the welfare of the FBI Family. By including the Foundation in your estate plans, you can become a member of the Founders' Legacy Circle. To learn more, Contact the Foundation at (703) 445-0026 or email: [email protected].

Founders Legacy Circle

Those who include the Society or Foundation in their estate plans are automatically enrolled in the Founders Legacy Circle, named in honor of the original 12 Founders who formed the Society in 1937. These planned gifts make a world of difference to the Foundation and are a meaningful way to create a lasting legacy that supports our mission for generations to come. The following individuals have joined the Founders Legacy Circle with a commitment to leave funds for the Foundation in their estate. These individuals have allowed their name to be publicized in order to encourage others to join. If you are considering this type of personal legacy, please let us know by completing the Declaration of Intent form that is provided on the next page. You may also contact the Foundation Office for assistance or to discuss your desires.

Clarence H. Campbell III

Thomas J. Cotton III

Kevin and Mary Curran

Melvin and Harriet Fleming

Ida and Clyde Groover

Bell P. Herndon

Vincent C. Lucas

Ronald J. Luke

Sandra R. Hearn Martin

John M. Matter Sr.

Sean M. McWeeney

Everett "Ed" Robinson III

Nancy L. Savage

Mike and Diane Shallenberger

Thomas and Luisa Sheer

Anita and Timothy Tracy 

Charles J. Wroblewski

Rose Worrell

 

 Wall of Honor

Planned giving is a meaningful way to give back to your FBI Family. The Foundation recognizes the following individuals who have created a lasting legacy through a generous bequest or endowment of $25,000 or more to the Former Agents of the FBI Foundation. Their gifts impact the lives of so many and we are truly grateful for their support.

Mary Elizabeth (Lee) and Leo Brenneisen

James A. Brennan 

Florence M. Carlblom

Don and Janice Cesare

Charles J. Devic

John C. and Velma Doig

Weysan Dun and Linda S. Wojtan

Harold R. Evans

Michael R. and Janice K. Fedarcyk

Robert J. Garrity, Jr.

R. Jean Gray

Daniel and Tessy Cheng Grove

L. Russell and Jean Mills Hashman

J. Edgar Hoover Foundation 

Elizabeth B. Jenkins

Stephen Kennedy

Kirt and Bernice Law

Paul and Josephine Lewis

Joseph P. and Gertrude McDonough 

John R. Mitchell

Judge Roy Morgan and Rosamond Woodruff Morgan

Peter L. O'Neill

Gary and Lynne Penrith

Carl R. Schlatter

Walter Francis Smith

Deborah Stillman

Ben L. Stotts

William A. Sullivan

Stephen and Margaret Sziarto