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Ways to Donate Sloan Museum of Discovery and Longway Planetarium

November 28 is Giving Tuesday!

Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement encouraging people to do good in their community, whether by making a financial donation to a worthy non-profit or providing philanthropic work. When you give to Sloan Museum and Longway Planetarium, you're part of select group that enables us to create engaging experiences in history and science for our communities! We can only succeed with your philanthropic support.

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At Sloan Museum of Discovery and Longway Planetarium, we witness the incredible impact that our community's collective support can have on shaping the future. Each day, individuals, families, foundations, and corporations come together to invest in the growth and prosperity of our community. Your contribution to our cause makes you a valued member of this distinguished group, enabling us to curate captivating experiences in history and science for our communities. We wholeheartedly depend on your philanthropic support to thrive and succeed in our mission. We express our heartfelt gratitude for your invaluable assistance. Together, let us continue creating engaging experiences that inspire and enlighten. Thank you for being a part of our journey.

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Why Make a Gift to the Annual Fund?

Young minds depend on your support. Each year, over 65,000 schoolchildren experience Sloan Museum and Longway Planetarium's field trips and outreach programs. Additionally, more than 250,000 people enjoy our traveling hands-on science exhibits, historic vehicle displays, and planetarium shows annually.

Give today through cash, pledge, or appreciated securities. All gifts of $1,000 or more are automatically enrolled in our Discovery Society. Discovery Society members get access to many exclusive benefits including special events and discounts.

Donations to Sloan Museum and Longway Planetarium are tax-deductible charitable contributions.

If you prefer to send your contribution by mail, please make a check payable to Sloan Museum and send it to:
1221 E. Kearsley St. Flint, MI 48503
For more information, email Development@SloanLongway.org or call 810-237-7391.

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Planned Gifts That Leave A Legacy of Learning for Generations

Thank you for considering a planned gift to Sloan Museum of Discovery and Longway Planetarium. Planned gifts help preserve and grow our institutions, allowing us to provide exciting exhibits and programs in science, history and technology. Planned gifts of $10,000 or more will receive a lifetime membership to our exclusive Discovery Society. Download a brochure here, or request that one be mailed, for more details.

WAYS TO GIVE
• Cash (checks)
• Publicly Traded Securities
• Life Insurance when Sloan Museum and/or Longway Planetarium is named as the owner and beneficiary of the insurance policy
• Tangible personal property that has a use related to Sloan Museum and/or Longway Planetarium’s tax-exempt purpose
• Charitable Gift Annuities
• Charitable Trusts
• Bequest within a will or trust
• Gift Annuity Agreement
• Retirement Plan and/or IRA Designation

GIFTS WE CANNOT ACCEPT AT THIS TIME
• Closely held Securities
• Pooled Income Fund monies

If you would like more information on how to make a planned gift, please contact the Development department at development@SloanLongway.org, or call 810-237-7391.

PLEASE CONSULT YOUR ADVISOR
We strongly encourage you to discuss your plans and desires with a trusted advisor. We do maintain a network of professionals with whom we have successfully worked and can provide this list on request. We would be happy to work with your advisor to best assure the fulfillment of your desires. For assistance please contact our Development Team. THANK YOU!
(Your donation is tax-deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. 501 (c)(3) Non-Profit Organization, Flint Institute of Science and History – Federal Tax I.D. #82-2978635)

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