GTCF Legacy Society
GTCF celebrates your commitment to build a thriving Pierce County for generations to come.
You’ve spent a lifetime caring for your community. Through legacy gifts, GTCF ensures that the causes you care about are supported in perpetuity.
Our greatest assets are long-term, trusted relationships with people and organizations across Pierce County. Combined with our philanthropic tools, we help you build pathways for charitable giving that make a difference now, and for generations to come.
Members of GTCF’s Legacy Society ensure their philanthropic impact will endure for generations. Through a legacy gift, individuals can establish giving strategies that support the issues and opportunities that matter to them in perpetuity.
GTCF Legacy Planned Giving Toolkit
Our Legacy Planned Giving Toolkit offers information on gift options, tools, and resources to help you achieve exponentially more with your charitable giving and philanthropic goals.
GTCF Legacy Opportunities
- Legacy Giving Made Simple
- Bequest Language
- GTCF Legacy Stories
- GTCF Legacy Society Members
- News and Important Dates
From simple bequests to complex estate plans to life income gifts, GTCF offers opportunities to leave a lasting legacy. Many people choose to leave charitable assets or gifts both to and through GTCF to support organizations and causes they care about. GTCF also offers significant expertise in planned gifts.
Read about the potential legacy giving has to transform Pierce County in this 2021 Transfer of Wealth report.
I hereby give, devise and bequeath _________ and No/100 dollars ($DOLLARS) to Greater Tacoma Community Foundation, a nonprofit organization located at 950 Pacific Ave, Tacoma, WA, 98402, Federal Tax ID #91-1007459, for Greater Tacoma Community Foundation’s general use and purpose.
Donors who name GTCF in their estate plans are recognized as members of the Legacy Society.
If you or your financial advisor have questions about estate gifts, please contact Stacey Guadnola, Director of Philanthropic Engagement at 253.345.4172.
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Evelyn Ryberg (Leave 10 South Sound), Rick Oldenburg (South Sound Planned Giving Council), and Jan Jacobs (Bank of America) discuss the movement of Leave 10, and how charitable giving can support our community, on an episode of KBTC Public Television’s Northwest Now. (March, 30, 2023)