The Indiana 4-H Legacy Society

The Indiana 4-H Foundation is proud to announce the inaugural members of the Indiana 4-H Legacy Society. These dedicated individuals have informed the Indiana 4-H Foundation of planned gifts that they have pledged for the Foundation. A planned gift is one that is planned for a future date, either several years from now or at the end of life. Planned gifts most commonly include will bequests, but can also include life insurance policies, charitable gift annuities, and a number of other giving methods. While a planned gift does not provide the Foundation with a cash gift now, it does help ensure the long-term future of the Indiana 4-H Foundation and its support for Indiana 4-H programs and youth.

Having advance knowledge of individuals’ planned gifts helps the Foundation plan for its longevity. If you have made provisions for Indiana 4-H in your will, please email us for a planned gift pledge form. Those who have pledged a planned gift can choose whether or not to be listed as members of the Indiana 4-H Legacy Society.

Planned giving, while not something that people discuss often, is an easy, affordable, and accessible way to give. Even young people can take advantage of planned giving options. For more information about planned giving and to discuss different methods of giving and their benefits, contact our office today.

All planned gifts to the Indiana 4-H Foundation qualify for recognition in the Indiana 4-H Legacy Society.

As always, if you have any questions or concerns, you can always email us or call us at 765.494.8483.

Indiana 4-H Legacy Society

Robert and Betty Abel

Robert E. and Maurine K. Anderson

Steve and Debbie Bechman

Lorene Burkhart

Ron Cook and Debbie Myers Cook

Hollie and Tim Dearwester

Christy and Jeffry Denault

Dean and Jane DeVoe

Nola Gentry

Pris Gerde

Robert L. and Cynthia J. Grimm

Tom and Karen McKinney

Judy and Jim Singleton

Pandora Woodward

Annie Watts Cloncs