SUPPORT THE COMMUNITY

THERE ARE MANY WAYS TO GIVE TO THE SEAL FUTURE FUND

Thank you for your willingness to contribute to the SEAL Future Fund. Your gift is critical to advancing our mission to prepare transitioning Navy SEALs for a civilian life of purpose.

The SEAL Future Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and your donation may qualify as a charitable deduction for federal income tax purposes.  The SFF advises you to consult with your tax advisor.

Please review the SEAL Future Fund’s Gift Policies and Guidelines and Tax Documents.  Please email us at gifts@sealfuturefund.org with any questions.

Donate Online ▽

You may make a one-time or recurring donation by credit card and e-check here.

Donate by Phone ▽

Please call us at 646-883-8SFF(8733) to make a donation by phone, using a credit card, an e-check or wire transfer.

Donate by Mail ▽

Please mail a check to:

SEAL Future Fund, Inc.
111 E 14th St, #393
New York, NY 10003

Donate by Wire Transfer ▽

You may initiate a wire transfer to the SFF here (coming soon) or by emailing us at gifts@sealfuturefund.org

Donate Stock or Alternative Assets ▽

You may donate securities (publicly traded and closely-held) and alternative assets (real and personal property, life insurance products, etc.) to the SFF.  To discuss a donation of securities or an alternative asset, please email us at gifts@sealfuturefund.org

Planned Gift ▽

To make a planned gift to the SFF such as through a bequest, a charitable gift annuity (immediate or deferred), charitable remainder unitrust, annuity trust or other structure, or by naming the SFF as a beneficiary of a life insurance or retirement plan please email us at gifts@sealfuturefund.org

Employer Matching Gift ▽

Many employers will match your personal donation and you can increase your donation with employer matching funds. Check with your company for more information on matching gift programs. Employer matching gifts may also be available to you if you are the spouse of an employee, a retired employee or the spouse/widow/widower.