Leave a Legacy
You can make a legacy gift to Senior Neighbors through your will or annuity. Your legacy gift to Senior Neighbors serves seniors beyond your lifetime and can make a significant difference.
We’d love to meet with you to discuss your options or answer any questions you have. We may be able to make suggestions that would enhance the impact of your gift. There is no obligation, merely the opportunity to share thoughts and learn more about maximizing your gift.
An estate gift of $5,000 or more to Senior Neighbors or the Senior Neighbors Endowment Fund at the Grand Rapids Community Foundation earns recognition in the Senior Neighbors Legacy Society.
Individuals or families who are Legacy Partners in Philanthropy have made the decision to leave a gift to Senior Neighbors in their will to support programs and services for seniors well into the future.
Legacy Partners in Philanthropy
- Robert and Luanne Barnes
- Richard F. Blodgett
- Gilbert R. and Patricia K. Davis
- Dorothy L. Teesdale*
- Stephen and Christel Hickey
- Greg and Joy Hulst
- Judy A. Morris
- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and Zita Harris*
- Robert N. Forman Estate
- Samuel D. and Evelyn Wingeier Estate
Chuck and Zita Harris – Leaving a Legacy
In 2015, we lost two dear friends in Chuck and Zita Harris, both passing away within a couple of months of each other. Although they are no longer with us, because of a generous estate gift, they will now be able to support the services of Senior Neighbors on an annual basis into the future through the Senior Neighbors endowment fund.
Chuck and Zita Harris joined the Senior Neighbors Legacy Society in 2007 indicating that they had designated Senior Neighbors in their will with an estate gift. Although they officially joined the Legacy Society in 2007, they had been loyal supporters of programming to seniors since the early 90s. Upon their acceptance they stated, “We believe in Senior Neighbors and the wonderful work they do to help seniors in our community. We want to ensure that Senior Neighbors will continue to offer innovative programs and services long into future.”
We are extremely grateful for the generosity of Chuck and Zita Harris, their kindness will be a true blessing for countless seniors for many years to come.
To Learn More
If you have questions, just let Brian know: (616) 233-0738, firstname.lastname@example.org