Are you looking to make an impact that is meaningful to you? HistoryMiami Museum offers many alternatives that help you create your legacy through a transformational gift to the museum.

Some simple giving options are, including a gift to HistoryMiami Museum in a will or trust, making the museum the beneficiary on an insurance policy, bank, retirement or investment account, or on an IRA.

Anyone can make these gifts and still continue to enjoy your current lifestyle while making provision for what is truly meaningful to you. 

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Legacy Gift Planning

To talk about the many ways you can have a big impact on the museum and the community through your giving, please call Hilda Masip, Development Manager, at 305-375-1618 or

We invite you to watch the video below for more information for any of your giving.

Watch our Planned Giving webinar.

Learn about Free Estate Planning Tools from FreeWill

Legal Name and Federal Tax ID: 
Historical Association of Southern Florida, Inc.
101 West Flagler Street Ste C, Miami FL 33130  
Federal Tax ID #59-09-68-005 
HistoryMiami Museum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Gifts in Your Will

Bequests are one of the most flexible and popular options for creating a legacy without changing the way you live your life today. With the help of a financial advisor or attorney, you can include language in your will or trust indicating that you wish a gift to be made to your family, friends, or HistoryMiami Museum.

Gifts by Beneficiary Designation

Many assets transfer by the beneficiary designation form you completed when you established your account, rather than through your will or trust. You can change a beneficiary designation at any time and does not require an attorney. To name HistoryMiami Museum as a beneficiary, please use our full legal name above.

HistoryMiami Museum recommends that you consult a trusted tax professional, estate planning advisor or legal counsel as you make your legacy giving plans.

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