Leave a LegacyDeferred giving allows people to make charitable gifts beyond those which they might currently give. Many donors choose to leave charitable assets upon their deaths. After assuring that their loved ones have been cared for, donors can use a variety of assets, such as pension plans, life insurance or the proceeds from the sale of a house, for charitable purposes.
The Legacy Club of the Greater Manhattan Community Foundation provides a meaningful way to recognize individuals now for gifts that will be realized by the community sometime in the future.
Members of The Legacy Club play a significant role in helping to shape the future of the greater Manhattan area and its residents by providing funds through bequests, retirement plans, life insurance and other testamentary vehicles that will last forever. There are also planned gift options that provide donors income during their lives.
Participation is easy, and such planned gifts can be provided for in a variety of ways to achieve your charitable goals. The Greater Manhattan Community Foundation encourages you to work with your lawyer or financial advisor as you consider these options. Our staff is experienced in the use of these giving vehicles and is eager to work with you and your advisor in this process.
Are you interested in becoming part of our Legacy Club? Click here to download our Statement of Intent form (PDF).
For further information about The Legacy Club, or to let us know that you have made a provision for the Foundation in your estate plan, please contact the Foundation at (785)587-8995 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Legacy Club Members
Benjamin L. and Stella J. Brown
Glennis A. Brown
Mark and Bonnie Catterson
Jean F. Caul*
Florence D. Day*
Lincoln W. & Dorothy* I. Deihl
Don D. Dodge
Brendon and Annelee Donnelly
Tom and Angie Fryer
Jim and Deb Gordon
John and Mary Lee Graham
Mark and Ann Knackendoffel
Frank and Loida Leone
Dennis and Rhonda Mullin
William L. Richter
Delores Blacker Thomas
Frances Van Scoyoc*
Benefactors' FundThe Benefactors’ Fund was established in 2008 to provide additional support for the operations of the Foundation. Over $50,000 was contributed locally, and that amount was matched with an additional $100,000 by the Kansas Health Foundation.
Those who made gifts to the Benefactors Fund:
Community First National Bank
Tom & Angie Fryer
Jack Goldstein Charitable Trust
C. Clyde & Midge Jones
Sue Maes & Dennis Hemmendinger
Jim & Lois Morrison
Allen & Inger Olsen
Don and Lynne Rathbone
The Trust Company of Manhattan
Varney & Associates
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The Greater Manhattan Community Foundation is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization — EIN #48-1215574, incorporated in the State of Kansas.
Konza Prairie photographs provided by Jill Haukos, Director of Education, Konza Prairie Biological Station