After caring for the ones you love in your estate planning, consider leaving a gift to Arizona Town Hall. Your planned gift helps us ensure that future generations will be able to benefit from the work of Arizona Town Hall. You can name the Arizona Town Hall in your Will or Trust or as a percentage beneficiary of your 401K, IRA, or 403B. Knowledge of your legacy commitment and gift helps Arizona Town Hall plan for the future. Fill out the form below to let us know about your commitment, or call our office at 602-252-9600.
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If you are aged 70-1/2 or older, you might want to consider making a qualified charitable distribution (QCD) to Arizona Town Hall. A QCD is a direct transfer of funds from your IRA custodian, payable to a qualified charity. The QCD amount counts toward your Minimum Required Distribution for the year, up to $100,000. It’s not included in your gross income and does not count against the limits on deductions for charitable contributions. These can be significant advantages for certain high-income earners, but the rules are complex. Be sure to consult your tax advisor.
Mrs. Lucy Walkup
Mrs. Lucy Walkup and the late Mr. J. Lawrence Walkup we supporters of Arizona Town Hall and attended several statewide events. The estate of Mrs. Lucy Walkup gifted Arizona Town Hall $40,000 in 2018 to support the goals of the organization.
The Harold L. Elliott and Marion Louise Elliott Trust
Harold and Marion Elliott were enthusiastic supporters of Arizona Town Hall. The Harold L. Elliott and Marion Louise Elliott Trust donated $20,000 in 2020 so that Arizona Town Hall could continue accomplishing its goals.
In Memory of Jack Pfister
Jack Pfister was an Arizona leader for decades and a former board member of Arizona Town Hall. He was always committed to improving the quality of life and well-being of Arizona’s communities and an avid supporter of civic engagement. His daughter, Suzanne Pfister, wanted to celebrate his legacy, donating $10,000 in 2021 in memory of her father’s tireless work so that Arizona Town Hall can continue educating, engaging, connecting, and empowering Arizonans.