For nearly 50 years, Southeastern Legal Foundation has advocated for limited government, individual liberties, and the free enterprise system in the courts of law and public opinion.

Your donation will advance those principles and ensure that when the government goes beyond its constitutional limits, SLF can step in to hold the government accountable, enforce the Constitution, and Rebuild the American Republic® under the original design laid out by our Founding Fathers. 

Other Ways to Give

Give by Mail

You can mail Financial contributions to:

Southeastern Legal Foundation
560 West Crossville Road
Suite 104
Roswell, Georgia 30075

Leave SLF in your Will

One of the best ways to save on the federal estate tax (or “death tax” as we call it) is to include a charity like SLF in your will.  In addition, this allows your contribution to act as an investment in the future of our nation as we defend freedom for years to come.  

Please consult your attorney or tax advisor for specific information and advice.

Gifts of Stock

Gifts of appreciated stocks or mutual funds can be gifted to SLF without triggering capital gains taxes, so long as your broker electronically transfers them directly to SLF’s account. You want to avoid selling the assets and then making a gift because that will trigger capital gains liability for you. 

To make a stock gift, please give your broker SLF’s account information:

Fiduciary: Fountainhead Capital Management 
Name: TD Ameritrade Institutional
Contact/Phone: Jenny Napoli (732-346-1900)
DTC: #0188
Further Credit: Southeastern Legal Foundation, Acct. # 946251964

Giving through your IRA

If you are 70 ½ or older, you can elect to transfer up to $100,000 a year out of your IRA to SLF. The transfer must be made directly to SLF from your IRA custodian. The amount transferred counts toward your required minimum distribution (RMD).


Contact your IRA plan administrator to learn more about how this works.