ABOUT US

The North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame was founded in 1995. Operating as a 501(c)3, the NDCHF is governed by its Board of Directors and led by an Executive Director. The NDCHF relies on, and is grateful for, the generous contributions of our faithful supporters. 

ADDRESS

250 Main Street

PO Box 137

Medora, ND 58645-0137

701-623-2000

heritage@northdakotacowboy.com

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SAMPLE BEQUEST LANGUAGE FOR YOUR ATTORNEY

"I give [_____% of my estate] [the residue of my estate] [_____% of the residue of my estate] [$______________] to NDCHF Inc., a North Dakota nonprofit corporation.

 

NDCHF’s primary office is located at 105 3rd Avenue NW, Mandan, ND 58554."

 

NDCHF’s Federal Tax I.D. Number is: 45-0439518

 

NDCHF's legal name is: "North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame, Inc."

 

You can make a gift (bequest) to a charitable organization through your will or living trust in the following ways:

  • Gift a percentage of your total estate — In using this approach, your gift adjusts with changes in the size of your estate.

  • Gift the residue or a percentage of the residue of your estate.

  • After your specific gifts to loved ones have been made, you may designate that the entire residue or a percentage of the remainder shall go to one or more charitable organizations. With this approach, as well, your gift adjusts with changes in the size of your estate.

  • A gift of a specific amount - You specify a dollar amount to be given to one or more charitable organizations. With this kind of gift, it is especially important to keep your will or trust up-to-date.

PLEASE INFORM US OF YOUR PLANS

By informing NDCHF of your gift, you help us prepare for the future. Equally important, you give us the chance to thank you for your generosity.

 

To notify us of your intentions, please contact us.

Information provided on this Web site is general in nature and not intended to be tax or legal advice applying to your specific situation. Advice from a qualified professional advisor should be sought when considering a gift.