What Kind of Legacy Will You Leave?
A bequest is perhaps the easiest and most tangible way to have a lasting impact on the community that means the most to you. And, a bequest may be an effective way to make a gift and lessen the burden of taxes on your family and your estate.
Why Have a Legacy Society?
Sometimes a charitable bequest goes unrecognized, because it comes at the end of a donor’s life. The Lion Foundation Legacy Society was formed to recognize those individuals and families who have remembered The Lion Foundation in their estate plans through a documented planned gift. Thus, the Society provides a way for The Lion Foundation to recognize and thank donors during their lifetimes. You may choose to remain anonymous; however, your participation in the Legacy Society can be an inspirational experience and may encourage others to participate.
"I may be here for a short while, gone tomorrow into oblivion or until the days come to take me away. But, in whatever part you play, be remembered as part of a legacy...of sharing dreams and changing humanity for the better. It’s that legacy that never dies."
How Do I Become A Member?
If you have already made a planned gift or have included The Lion Foundation in your will, you are already eligible for Legacy Society membership. If not, you may become a member of the Legacy Society simply by notifying us that you have named The Lion Foundation as a beneficiary in your will or estate plan.
To do this, call The Lion Foundation at (717) 775-5170.
Lion Legacy Society Members
J. Scott Massie
Susan G. Sutliff