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Dorothy Andrews Kabis Memorial Internship, Betty Rendel Scholarship & National Pathfinder Scholarship

Please contact our Endowments Director for more information.

Make a lasting impact on the future of a young Republican woman by planning a charitable gift to our National Pathfinders Fund’s Scholarship or Internship Programs in your lifetime, or in your estate. The type of planned giving that is appropriate for your needs depends upon your financial goals. Please contact your estate planner or financial professional in order to discuss the various tax benefits of giving.

Gifts of Cash
An outright gift of cash is the easiest way to donate. You may write a check or donate online via credit card directly to the Dorothy Andrews Kabis Memorial Internship, the Betty Rendel Scholarship or the National Pathfinder Scholarship. Your donation will be put to use immediately, and will qualify for a charitable deduction. You may also leave a cash donation to the programs in your estate.

Gifts of Appreciated Publicly Traded Securities
Donating appreciated publicly traded securities that you have owned for more than one year not only offers you the benefit of supporting the Internship or Scholarship Funds, but also entitles you to a charitable deduction for the fair market value of the securities.

To be certain that your transfer is properly credited, contact NFRW Endowments Director Linda Kivi-Porter for additional transfer instructions prior to making the gift. Please do not send physical certificates in the mail, and do not liquidate the securities prior to donating.

Gifts of Retirement Plans
Donating to the Scholarship or Internship programs can be as simple as naming the Dorothy Andrews Kabis Memorial Internship, the Betty Rendel Scholarship or the National Pathfinder Scholarship as the beneficiary on your retirement plan’s beneficiary designation form. You may leave a percentage of your retirement plan, or gift it in its entirety.

Gifts of Life Insurance
You may name the internship or scholarship funds as the beneficiary of your life insurance policy and potentially receive an estate tax reduction.


The National Federation of Republican women does not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal or accounting advice. You should consult your own tax, legal and accounting advisors before engaging in any transaction. We do not warrant that any information contained in or made available through this website is accurate, complete, reliable, current or error-free. We assume no liability or responsibility for any errors or omissions in the content of this website or such other materials or communications. Donations to the Pathfinder Inc. Pathfinder Scholarship, Pathfinder Inc. Betty Rendel Scholarship, and Pathfinder Inc. Dorothy Kabis Internship, are deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Tax-deductible contributions to the National Pathfinders’ Fund scholarships and internship are used to fund those scholarships and internship programs within the sole discretion of the National Pathfinders’ Fund. Non-deductible contributions to the NFRW’s Marion Martin Building Fund, the general fund, and/or the Federation Trust will be spent on the specific fund as the NFRW determines within its sole discretion unless otherwise stated by the donor. Contributions or gifts to the NFRW are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. The NFRW does not accept contributions earmarked for any candidate or other committee. Contributions are used to fund all NFRW programs and will be spent as the NFRW determines, within its sole discretion, unless otherwise stated by donor.


Ways to Give

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