How You Can Give
To help you determine your ideal gift to the Seminar Network, we offer an easy-to-use web tool. It's just a few questions. Give it a try!
A charitable gift from your estate is a favored method of giving that enables you to achieve your financial goals and benefit the Seminar Network.
Planned giving is a great way to support the Seminar Network while generating income for yourself and your family. Learn how these gifts allow you to achieve both of these goals. The new – and higher – gift annuity rates announced are generating great interest from our supporters.
Certain types of gifts can minimize estate and capital gains taxes, and provide sizable income tax charitable deductions. Learn about the different gifts and how they can benefit you and the Seminar Network.
The planned gift that is best for you depends on your goals for the gift. We’ve created a chart that lets you compare the characteristics of your choice of gift plans.
Principal The Bachman Group
“The best gift I can leave my children is a country that has opportunity and promise. The Seminar Network is the biggest investment of my life. I hope my legacy will be one my kids can be proud of.”
“The uniting, fundamental belief of the Seminar Network is: We have a great country, and anyone in this country, no matter what their gifts or how disadvantaged, should have a pathway to make their life better.”
Founder and President CaptiveAire Systems
“This group is willing to do whatever it takes to preserve a free society and make life better for every single American.”
Former President ColorMatrix Corporation
“I had a wonderful experience building my business…I worry about the people out there today trying to do the same thing. Once people see what the Seminar Network does and the quality of people who attend the Seminar, it’s a slam dunk…There are people who watch things happen. We want to make things happen.”
Owner Dungannon, LLC
“When I found out about the Seminar, I realized this was what I’d been looking for. This was the missing piece. It’s not about political parties, or more Republicans than Democrats—it’s more about how the nation should be governed…Whatever role I can play in trying to help it work is what I want to do.”