A Planned Gift is made through estate planning generating interest into perpetuity. Planned gifts are desirable to the donor because of valuable tax benefits.
Donors who indicate their commitment to naming the AGC EF as a beneficiary to their estate become members of the AGC EF Legacy Society.
For further information contact Diane Kocer at email@example.com
Legacy Society Members
Neil “Mac” Gray
“I am proud to support AGC Education Foundation’s programs and its commitment to the future of the construction community. I hope others will adopt this charitable approach, benefiting themselves and our industry.”
Chester and Elizabeth Johnson
The AGC Education Foundation was named as one of five beneficiaries under the Revocable Living Trust of Chester H. Johnson and Elizabeth N. Johnson.
Lee and Anne Kilcup
“Including the AGC Education Foundation in our estate planning allows us to give back to the industry and an organization that has given us much. We are excited to help fund construction education and would encourage our predecessors, peers, and successors to join together with us.”
The AGC Education Foundation was named as a beneficiary in the Robert Kurth Estate.
Robert and Betty Landau
“The AGC Education Foundation, over a thirty year period, has proven that it can raise the education standards in all phases, high school, university, and those working in the field. Our Industry, one of the nation’s largest, requires these efforts to provide a competitive and active industry.”
Art and Coleen Solbakken
“Coleen and I believe so strongly in the work of this foundation that we have agreed to join the AGC Education Foundation Legacy Society by naming the foundation as a beneficiary of our estate.”