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The Heritage Club

Every day we write part of our story a story that will become a legacy passed down to the next generation. If an important part of your life's story is making a gift that continues giving, then there is no better way to honor that vision than to create a lasting legacy of generosity that will shape the future of generations to come.

What is The Heritage Club?

The Heritage Club is a prestigious donor recognition society honoring those who have shared their intent to include Boys & Girls Clubs of America in their estate plan. Your Planned Gift to Boys & Girls of America demonstrates the spirit of compassion that is transformative in nature. By including us in your estate plans, you will make a profound and lasting impact on the future of America's youth.

What are the benefits of membership in The Heritage Club?

As a member, you'll receive a Heritage Club lapel pin as a token of our sincere appreciation, in honor of your legacy gift to Boys & Girls Clubs of America, have access to regular updates on our programs through the newsletter and be listed as a Heritage Club member on our website.

How do I become a member of The Heritage Club?

  • Bequest (or Living Trust)
  • Charitable Gift Annuity
  • Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust
  • Charitable Remainder Unitrust
  • Deffered Charitable Gift Annuity
  • IRA/Retirement Plan Beneficiary
  • Gift of Residence or Farm with Retained Life Estate
  • Charitable Lead Trust
  • Life Insurance Policy

Joining The Heritage Club is easy! Simply communicate your intentions by printing, signing and returning our enrollment form. For assistance, you may request that a planned giving representative contact you to discuss your specific estate planning needs and opportunities by contacting:

Ashleigh Hughes (214) 564-2747
Merle Eldridge (601) 214-5719

The Heritage Club Members

  • Justine & Kenneth Amerault
  • Betsy Cooper
  • James & Carol Gumpert
  • Gary & Ellen Horn
  • Mary Kilfoil
  • Dale Larson
  • Terrance Mancilla
  • William Pastore
  • Bruce Robinson
  • John Uliveto