Your Legacy for Forest Park
We are so pleased that you are interested in the planned giving program at Forest Park Forever. Our ability to advance our mission and accomplish our goals — from completing major capital projects to planting new trees each year to preserving the Park's greatest icons — are directly tied to the generous support we receive from families and individuals, including legacy planned gifts.
There are a number of ways you can support Forest Park Forever through planned gifts, including:
- Beneficiary Designations from Life Insurance or Retirement Plans
- Charitable Gift Annuities
- Charitable Lead Trusts
- Charitable Remainder Trusts
- Gifts from Retirement Plan Accounts
￼Through careful planning, you may be able to make such gifts while minimizing capital gains taxes on certain appreciated property and reducing income and estate taxes. All planned giving donors are eligible to become members of Forest Park Forever’s Nathan Frank Society. Society membership has numerous benefits, including invitations to members-only events and a subscription to the Forest Park Forever newsletter.
Contact Us Today
To discuss the planned giving program, please contact John O’Gorman, Senior Vice President, Development, or complete the online form at the bottom of this page:
- Phone: 314.367.7275
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Address: 5595 Grand Drive in Forest Park | St. Louis, MO 63112
Such an inviting, yet large space requires significant funding to maintain and improve. Deferring such work in the coming decades would put at risk what we’ve worked so hard to restore. With legacy gifts like yours, Forest Park Forever will be in a much stronger position to care for the Park, securing its future as an unequalled landmark for the people of St. Louis and our guests from around the world.
All requests for information will remain confidential.
Brochure: Open or download a PDF of Forest Park Forever's "Legacy Gifts to Forest Park" brochure.
Disclaimer: Forest Park Forever does not provide legal or tax advice. You should consult with your attorney or tax advisor to determine the benefits and risks of any planned gift. This document and other information about gifts to Forest Park Forever are not intended to be used to avoid tax liability.