You can create a legacy of parks and green space for future generations by including the Fairfax County Park Foundation in your planned and estate giving.

Arleen Richman.Arleen B. Richman

Arleen bequeathed a generous gift for Huntley Meadows Park for birding and other naturalist programs.

Judith Currier.Judith B. Currier

Judy left a special legacy to benefit Green Spring Gardens.

Legacy Circle

Legacy Circle logo.Special thanks are extended to the following Legacy Donors who have included the Park Foundation in their will or estate plan. Heartfelt appreciation is extended to the Legacy Circle Founding Members listed in bold whose legacy endures through parks that have touched their lives.

  • Anonymous (7)
  • Olander Banks, Sr. (Olander Banks, Sr. and Margaret Lomax Banks Community Park)
  • Judith ‘Judy’ B. Currier (Green Spring Gardens)
  • Louise M. Duhamel
  • Timothy B. Hackman
  • Robert Kevin Holland
  • Adele Lebowitz (Clemyjontri Park)
  • Roberta A. Longworth
  • Georgia E. Rangel
  • Arleen B. Richman (Huntley Meadows Park)
  • Elizabeth Eakin Walsh

Learn how you can make a lasting difference in the Plant Your Legacy brochure.

Gifts of all sizes are welcome. Each gift plays a vital role in caring for our parks. Legacy gifts may be made in many forms including:

Discuss these and other giving methods with your attorney, accountant or other financial advisor. You may be surprised to find that planned gifts can have significant tax benefits for both donors and heirs.

For more information or to inform us of your decision to include the Fairfax County Park Foundation in your estate plans, contact:

Roberta A. "Bobbi" Longworth, Executive Director
Fairfax County Park Foundation

This information is not intended as tax or legal advice. Consult with your attorney or financial advisor before taking any action that affects your estate.