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Legacy/Planned Giving

Planned giving encompasses a variety of philanthropic strategies that help you provide for charity while also advancing your own financial and personal objectives. Planned giving is also synonymous with legacy giving and includes life plans, bequests, charitable trusts, charitable annuities, and estate planning.

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The Society of 1904

Formerly named The Kirby Society, The Society of 1904 is a donor recognition opportunity for donors to create a life plan with Children’s Bureau as the documented beneficiary.

Member Benefits

  • Annual meeting with a Children’s Bureau Philanthropy Advisor
  • Annual Legacy Letters
  • Annual Phone Call with Special Guest
  • Annual Society of 1904 Luncheon
  • Complimentary or discounted access to annual social events 
  • Hybrid group viewing sessions of Hope Talks that are curated by a member of the 1904 Advisory Committee

Thank you to these active donors:

  • Wilma and Robert * Campion

  • Liza-Mae and Mark Carlin
  • Ronald B. Casriel*
  • Ruby and Edmond Davis
  • Mary Anne and A. Redmond Doms
  • Rhonda Fleming
  • Linda S. Garrison
  • Beth Goldfarb
  • Connie and Doug Hayes
  • Dr. M. Alfred Haynes and Mrs. Hazel Haynes
  • Ambassador James D. Hodgson and Mrs. Maria Hodgson
  • Tina M. Johann
  • Marvel and Robert* Kirby
  • Barbara Knight
  • Judy and Rex Licklider
  • Louise Lyon
  • Martha and Alex Morales
  • Dr. James and Judy Nelson (in honor of Jason)
  • Royal Radtke
  • Carmine Salvucci
  • Sandy Sladen
  • George A. Studer
  • Ana Lourdes and Salvador Villar
  • Alice Willfong
  • Three Anonymous Members
  • * Deceased

Learn More

For more information on planned giving or to schedule a 1:1 meeting with a Philanthropy Advisor, please email yvetteherrera@all4kids.org.