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Legacy Society


“What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others.” - Pericles

Legacy Society members are visionaries who believe in the power of endowment to change lives and transform the community they call home. By including the Community Foundation of Broward in their estate plans, they will create a legacy of BOLD impact that spans generations and defines Broward's Future. 

For many, a gift from their estate is the most meaningful gift ever.  It preserves their family name and creates a charitable legacy that supports the causes they care about - forever.

It is easy for you to become a Legacy Society member. Simply notify us of your plans to leave a gift to the Community Foundation.

We thank the members of our Legacy Society for their foresight and commitment to Broward County.


Our Legacy Society...

BOLD forward-thinkers who will define Broward’s future through their estate gifts to the Foundation.

More than $255 million in future gifts committed.

  • Suzanne Y. and Edward R. Allen
  • Jeannette Archer-Simons and Robert E. Simons
  • Carla and Giorgio Arra
  • William W. E. Ash III
  • Ann M. Bederman
  • Muriel B. Biskup
  • David C. Bland
  • Lisa A. Bonk
  • Richard A. Bray
  • Rod Breene
  • Nancy L. Brown
  • Anita and Ralph M. Byer
  • Cindy and Jim Caird
  • Melanie M. Camp
  • Linda B. and R. Michael Carter
  • Rita and Rick Case
  • Barbara R. Castell
  • Bonnie and Jim Collins
  • Carol Cooper
  • Frank Crawford
  • Jan C. Crocker
  • Jan R. and James A. Cummings
  • Carolyn Davis and Ned Black
  • Cathy and James Donnelly
  • Maggie and Jim Dunn
  • Susanne and Marty Ellman
  • Doris D. Emmett
  • Lorraine and Gerry Farmer
  • Lawrence “Larry” S. Feuer
  • Donna Fisher-Williams
  • Louis and Janine Flematti
  • Elisa R. and Barry H. Goldman
  • Mitchell E. Grant
  • Barbara T. Gray
  • Wilson B. and Susan Greaton
  • Barbara and Arnold Grevior
  • Madelaine and Steven J. Halmos
  • Ed Hashek and John Jors
  • Richard Helligas
  • Frank and Roberta Helsom
  • Ronald Herron
  • William Victor Higdon
  • Jane N. Huston
  • Paige and Steve Hyatt
  • Lesley Mitchell Jones
  • Emerson W. Kanode
  • Cindy and Laurence M. Kashdin
  • Brigitte Kimmich
  • Victoria C. Kirby
  • Walter W. Krueger
  • David B. Kyner
  • Lynn and James B. LaBate
  • Marcy Lambert
  • Christine L. and Arthur W. Lambertus
  • Robert Lichtenstein
  • Thomas H. Lindsey
  • Beth E. Linzner
  • Gabriele E. Magdanz
  • MP and James Malone
  • Patricia Martinez
  • Virginia M. McCormick
  • James D. McKenzie
  • Jo Ann K. and Donald B. Medalie
  • Greg Medalie
  • Daryl G. Miller
  • Virginia I. and Thomas J. Miller
  • Jan Moran
  • Kent and Carolyn Morgan
  • Jacqueline Niehaus
  • Nanette and Mark Olson
  • Pat Owen
  • Susan Nolan Palmer
  • Sarah and Scott Parker
  • Ann S. and Robert O. Powell
  • David E. Ratcliffe
  • Nancy and Dave Reierson
  • Sally J. Robbins
  • Hugh E. Root
  • Charles L. Ross
  • Gloria Ross
  • Alice J. Rutten
  • John D. Ryan
  • Franklin R. Schmidt
  • Steve and Carole Scott
  • Grace Dudleck Shepherd
  • Patricia A. Shub
  • Eugene C. Smith and David A. Moon
  • Fred G. Smith
  • Hilda and Theodor M. Sokolowski
  • William C. Spencer
  • J.R. Steele
  • Sandy and Kenny Tate
  • Sondra R. Title
  • Ben and Barbara Tobias
  • Gregory D. Unwin Moore
  • Melba Urbanek
  • Paula Valentine
  • Elaine Vasquez
  • Charles L. Verner
  • Janice Weintraub and Irwin Weideger
  • Dixie E. Wheeler
  • June Wise
  • May Jean and Lou Wolff
  • Kurt Zimmerman
  • Anonymous (38)
  *As of February 28, 2019

2019 Legacy Society Luncheon

The 2019 Legacy Society Luncheon honored the innovative leaders who through estate gifts will create charitable Funds For Broward that ensure a brighter future for our community. The luncheon, held at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, highlighted philanthropy through the Community Foundation that supports the arts. The event featured Susan Stamberg, one of National Public Radio’s most popular correspondents, who spoke about the power of the arts to unite, inspire and heal the community. Thank you to our generous sponsors: Presenting Sponsor: BNY Mellon Wealth Management Art of Community Champion: BBX Capital Foundation Program Sponsor: WLRN Public Media/Friends of WLRN Champagne Sponsor: John Knox Village Valet Sponsor: Zimmerman and Associates, Attorneys at Law


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