When you join the Legacy Society of Placer Community Foundation, you’ll find uncommon opportunities to remember, share, and connect.
You'll be invited to:
Name your charitable fund. We encourage you to use your gift to honor the name of your family or loved ones. You may, of course, choose anonymity instead.
Share your personal history. We'd like to preserve your story and photographs for future generations who will receive grants from your fund.
Attend special community events. We'll introduce you to other generous people who have also provided for Placer County's future in their estate plans.
Learn of changes in California probate or federal tax law. We want to help you make sure your estate plan continues to accomplish your financial and charitable objectives.
Be recognized in Placer Community Foundation publications. We'd like to give others the opportunity to follow your example of community stewardship and leadership. (We also respect the wishes of those who prefer to give anonymously.)
Your planned gift or bequest puts you in good company today. Tomorrow, your gift will do good works in our communities for generations to come.
Consider joining the ranks of Placer County’s most generous and forward-thinking residents as a member of the Legacy Society of Placer Community Foundation. Download the brochure below to learn more how you can preserve a portion of your estate for your community, for good, forever.
A Lasting Legacy - Brochure (648 KB)
A Lasting Legacy - Card (1671 KB)
Giving Back in 2012 Reception
Honoring our family of donors and sharing the impact their philanthropy has in our community.
For Donor Advised Fund holders. Download this form to recommend a grant from your fund.
Family Gives Back to Place of Home
For the Haney Family, establishing the donor advised, Allegiant Youth Sports Fund was a way for them to bridge their interests with a desire to give back to their community.Click to learn more.