Define your purpose. Create your legacy.
Think of John F. Kennedy and the Peace Corps or Harvey Milk and LGBTQ civil rights movement. They died before their legacies were fulfilled, but they will be forever revered for their efforts.
Your legacy – it is how you will be remembered and the contributions you made to society while you were alive and through your estate after your death.
Friends of Our Fund who have defined their purpose
and created a legacy with their estate plans
Bob Avian and Peter Pileski
Harry Blumenfeld and Martin Falzac
Stephen Draft and Allen Peterson
Wilson Ellis and Tom Woodham
Walter J. Gaugler, Jr.*
Dino Georgiou and Louis Malkin
Herman Staib and Jorg Gobel
Charles Goldberg and Stephen Shaw
Donald L. Green
Ronald D. Herron
Mark Ketcham and Werner Lutz
James K. LaBrie
Charles V. Loring
David Webb and Lynn McLaughlin
Brian McNaught and Raymond Struble
Peter Meyerhoefer and Stephen Larimore
Chuck Nicholls and Mark Turner
James G. Pepper
Harry A. Peterson
Charles L. Ross
Lee H. Rubin and James R. Walker, Jr.
Lee J. Brady and David E. Sanderson
Wayne A. Schrebe
Theodore F. Schultz
Richard Schwarz and Tom Massey
Jim Stepp and Peter Zimmer
John Tambasco and Kent McIntyre
Anthony Timiraos and Arthur Crispino
George Zuber and Anthony Snyder
Important messages from
Legacy Society Members
"Define Your Purpose - Create Your Legacy"
click the link above for an article published by
South Florida Gay News and written by Anthony Timiraos
Let Our Fund help you Define Your Legacy. Click here to download a copy of our brochure with a listing of Q&As that will guide you through this process.
Where can I get more information?
Visit www.our-fund.org/legacy for additional answers to the most common questions, then contact your professional advisor or visit www.our-fund.org/PAN for a listing of advisors ready to help you. They will help you through this important process.
Additional listing of legal advisors can be found at www.glln.org.
A personal process of defining a legacy that reflects your life's work, values and commitments. Not planning means letting someone else plan for you, and in estate planning, that means the government's plan. For the LGBTQ community, the government's plan is likely very different from what we would want, especially since the laws related to LGBTQ relationships and adoptions vary from state to state and may not be consistent to federal laws.
Our Fund's Basic Guide to Gift Planning for the LGBTQ Community in South Florida is designed for donors to stimulate their philanthropic thoughts in a organized manner as they begin their gift planning process.
Download your copy here.
As a Legacy Society member, you receive annual acknowledgement in Our Fund publications, invitations to donor events and briefs, as well as our enduring gratitude.
It is our responsibility to secure our community's future.
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