Ways to Donate

Help the John Marshall Foundation fulfill its mission to promote a greater public understanding of Chief Justice John Marshall and support the preservation and advancement of John Marshall’s life and legacy.

Online Donation

You can donate your gifts online using a secured online form.

Mail Donation

The John Marshall Foundation
1108 E. Main Street, Suite 800
Richmond, Virginia 23219

Phone Donation

Contact our Office by Phone: (804) 775-0861

Stock, Bonds, and Mutual Gifts

One of the most satisfactory ways for a donor to make a gift to The John Marshall Foundation, a 501(C)(3) charitable organization, is to use appreciated stock.

Giving stocks, bonds, and mutual fund shares that have increased in value, and which the donor has owned for more than one year, provides greater tax benefits to the donor than making a cash donation. Donors are able to deduct the full market value of the securities and also avoid paying capital gains tax on the appreciated value of the stock.

Instructions for Giving Stock

The donor is requested to inform the Interim Executive Director, David P. King, that a gift of stock is being transferred.

Phone: (804) 775-0861
e-mail: DavidKing@johnmarshallfoundation.org
The donor’s broker should transfer the stock into the Foundation’s account:

Delivery Trust Company (DTC) No. 0715
For further delivery to John Marshall Foundation’s internal
Account No. 4565-6884
Davenport & Company
901 East Cary Street
Richmond VA 23219
Phone (804) 780-2107
Toll Free: 1-800-846-6666

Attn: Mary Davis, Investment Executive
The Foundation’s Federal Identification (FID) No. is 54-1417184

The stock will then be sold immediately.

Other Planned Gifts

Planned gifts (life insurance, trusts, pension distributions, land, personal property, annuities, etc…) are welcome, and the John Marshall Foundation will use these in accordance with the donor’s wishes.  Please contact the Foundation’s Executive Director, David King, to discuss how your planned gift might further the mission of the John Marshall Foundation.

Contributions to the John Marshall Foundation, a tax exempt organization under the 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service, are deductible for computing income and estates taxes.



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