Planned Giving

The National Atomic Testing Museum preserves and presents an extraordinary story of our nation’s history, and the advances in science and technology that were made during the years of atomic testing.  The exhibits and programs offered by the museum would not be possible without generous private funding by individuals and organizations dedicated to the mission of the National Atomic Testing Museum.

Planned giving to the museum will have a meaningful impact on our future exhibits, programs and growth beyond your lifetime, and well into the future.  These gifts come in many forms that can include cash gifts, trusts, annuities, insurance and real estate, and you and your family can benefit from immediate and deferred tax advantages.

If you would like to discuss planned giving to the National Atomic Testing Museum, please contact executive director Michael Hall at 702.794.5140.

The National Atomic Testing Museum does not offer tax or legal advice, and we encourage you to consult your own financial and legal professionals to structure a gift that satisfies both your personal financial goals and charitable desires.