Estate Planning

Planned Giving

When you include Flight Path Museum & Learning Center in your estate plans, your love of aviation endures for the benefit of future generations. A planned gift is a way to extend your enthusiasm for aviation and your support of the Museum beyond your lifetime.  This kind of long-term support ensures that the Museum will be here to promote Southern California’s aviation legacy and encourage promising youngsters of the future to seek education and careers in aviation and aerospace.

Ways to Support Flight Path through Planned Giving

  Bequest:
This simple but significant gift can be added to your will or living trust in as little as one sentence yet be of real benefit to Flight Path and enduring satisfaction to you.
 
  Retirement Plan Assets:
Naming the Museum as a beneficiary of your IRA or 401(k) is a quick and easy way to accomplish a wise and generous use of these resources.
 
  Charitable Gift Annuity:
Support the Museum’s educational mission and receive dependable payments for life.
 
  Endowed Gifts:
Make your gift last in perpetuity and receive tax benefits as well.
 

How to Begin:
Make a plan based on your stage in life, your available resources and the needs of your family. Consult your legal or tax advisor. Flight Path wants to make sure that we are there for you as you decide the best way to show your support. We look forward to hearing from you.


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Upcoming Events
May
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all-day Museum Closed All Day For A Priv... @ Flight Path Musum
Museum Closed All Day For A Priv... @ Flight Path Musum
May 22 all-day
Flight Path Museum and Learning Center  will be closed all day Wedneday, May 22nd for a private event.