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Thursday, 24 January 2019

How to Do More for Preservation in 2019

How to Do More for Preservation in 2019

January brings a new, fresh year for the American Battlefield Trust. Have you thought about your New Year's resolution yet? Our resolution is simple to continue preserving America's hallowed ground. One way you can help this preservation continue is to leave a legacy gift in your will to the American Battlefield Trust. My friend, your support is crucial to preserving America's sacred battlefields; we could not save this land without you.

If you have questions about making a legacy gift to the American Battlefield Trust, please request free estate planning guides, or contact our planned giving office for more information.

Thank you for being a proponent of battlefield preservation.

The Honor Guard is the American Battlefield Trust’s legacy giving society.  To learn more about giving a gift through your estate, visit

Free Estate Planning Guides

Interested in leaving a gift in your will to the American Battlefield Trust, but don’t know where to start?  Take advantage of our free estate planning guides.

Learn about the Honor Guard

Are you looking to make an even larger impact on battlefield preservation?  Learn more about the Honor Guard legacy giving society.

70.5 Years or Older?

If you’re 70 ½ years of age or older, consider contributing to the American Battlefield Trust through your required minimum distribution of your Roth or traditional IRA.

Declaration of Intent

Have you included the American Battlefield Trust in your estate plans but haven’t notified us?  We want to hear from you!  Submit your Declaration of Intent today.

Meet Twyla, Honor Guard Member 

Honor Guard member Twyla Jackino has made battlefield preservation her legacy because, "the best way to learn about the Civil War is to walk the ground where it happened."

Honor Guard Video

Hear from President Jim Lighthizer, an Honor Guard member, about how legacy giving makes a difference.

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