Butterfly Garden near Fountain

Making a Planned Gift

Planned giving at Powell Gardens is especially meaningful, because the lovely landscape that visitors experience is itself a planned gift by the Powell Family Foundation, which founded this world-class, beautiful cultural attraction. 

Through a planned gift to Powell Gardens, you can support the Gardens and receive lifetime benefits important to your financial future. Planned gifts tailored to your specific circumstances may save surprising amounts in estate, gift and income taxes. Suggested vehicles include wills and bequests, pooled income funds, charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts and insurance programs—check with your financial adviser for details.

Planned gifts, both large and small, help Powell Gardens. Invested over time, any size gift can make a significant difference.

 

 

Heirloom Circle

The Heirloom Circle was established to thank those making gifts to Powell Gardens through planned giving. Heirloom Circle Members receive complimentary membership in the Society of Perennial Partners, which offers access to leadership activities, private garden tours, exclusive travel programs and intimate social events.

If you have made a bequest to Powell Gardens, please let us know so that you can be recognized as a member of the Heirloom Circle and we can keep you apprised of upcoming Heirloom Circle activities.

For more information about the Heirloom Circle, please email Director of Development Janea Gadelman or call 816-697-2600 x238.

Did you know? Volunteers contributed more than 18,000 hours to Powell Gardens in 2011, working in nearly every area from horticulture to administration. Learn how you can get involved. »

 

UBM Callout

Enjoy an elegant evening with friends during Under a Blue Moon Garden Party & Rare Plant Auction.

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Give a gift membership to Friends of Powell Gardens. It's a gift that keeps giving all year long!

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UHM Call out

Don't miss Under A Harvest Moon: a farm-to-table fund-raising dinner to celebrate the season.

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