Legacy Gifts

Legacy giving (also called planned giving) refers to gifts that donors plan to be distributed from their estate after their death. Making a legacy gift in your will or trust is one of the easiest and most popular ways to make a lasting impact for Silent Majority Foundation. Once you have provided for your loved ones, we hope you will consider making protection of constitutional rights part of your life story through a legacy gift.


By making a simple update to your estate plan, you will make a significant impact on Silent Majority Foundation's work to protect constitutional rights, and you will avoid all federal, state, and local estate taxes that might affect the heirs of your estate.

How to give:

Simply contact your attorney and ask to add the following language to your will or living trust:

“I give, devise and bequeath to Silent Majority Foundation (Tax ID: 87-2214704), 5238 Outlet Drive, Pasco, WA (insert specific dollar amount, percentage, or residue of my estate), for its general use and purpose.”

Remembering SMF in your will or estate plan is an incredible way to make a lasting contribution to the protection of rights. Planned gifts made to SMF provide a solid foundation for our team to plan for future battles, show our enemies that we are in this fight for the long haul, and inspire others to make similar transformative gifts.

For further information on how to donate legacy gifts, contact PJ Serrano at: 509-567-7086 or by email:

Ways to Donate


By Mail

You may mail a your donation to our office location.


Silent Majority Foundation

5238 Outlet Drive

Pasco, WA 99301


Online giving is the easiest way of giving for most donors.  We have several specific funds as well as a general fund that are utilized to further our mission.


Gifts of stock offer a tax benefit in two ways. First, you avoid paying capital gains tax on the increased value of the stock. Second, you can take a tax deduction for the full market value of the stock on the date of the gift.

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