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What is the Heritage Club?
The Heritage Club is an association of friends of Boys & Girls Clubs from all across the country. Like you, these people seek to ensure that the future needs of our nation's youth are met by including their local Boys & Girls Clubs in their estate plans. This planning might include a will, charitable gift annuity, a trust arrangement, a real estate gift or a life insurance policy.
What are the benefits of membership in The Heritage Club?
When you join The Heritage Club, Boys & Girls Clubs will thank you by providing you with:
- A lapel pin that indicates your leadership in the mission to guarantee a strong and stable future for our nation's children.
- A publication on tax and estate planning
- National recognition in The Heritage Club honor roll.
A Foundation for the Future
Boys & Girls Clubs offers positive alternatives to children who may be surrounded by negative influences, showing them how to live successful and productive lives. Since 1860, Clubs have provided safe havens for young people by offering quality programs and critically important relationships with nurturing and reliable adults.
Boys & Girls Clubs give their members, ages 6 - 18, access to dedicated, trained professionals who can provide guidance in adopting healthy lifestyles and pursuing educational objectives. Most importantly, Boys & Girls Clubs equip young people with the skills they need to resolve conflicts peacefully, improve relationships within every aspect of their day-to-day lives and function as responsible citizens.
Your support through a planned gift will ensure that future generations of our children will have the opportunity to live successful lives in a safe, positive and caring environment.
How Can I Become a Member?
Joining The Heritage Club is easy! Simply communicate your intentions by printing, signing and returning our enrollment form
. For more information, you may also receive our e-brochure on The Heritage Club by Clicking here.
For assistance, you may request that a planned giving representative contact you to discuss your specific estate planning needs and opportunities by contacting your local club. For assistance in finding your local Club, click here