Legacy Society

Download the Legacy Society Sign-up Form (PDF format).

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Future gifts or contributions through estate planning are one of the simplest and most popular methods of supporting the Mackinac Island Community Foundation. It's as simple as one, two, three.

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One, decide which fund or program at the Community Foundation you would like to support.

Two, arrange for your estate to leave a gift to the Mackinac Island Community Foundation; change the beneficiary on an IRA or life insurance policy; or remember MICF in a charitable bequest in a will or trust using language shown below.*

Three, inform the MICF of your arrangements.

*I give and devise to the Mackinac Island Community Foundation the sum of $_____ dollars (or state a percentage of identified assets available for distribution) to support the MICF (or identify a specific fund or program in the Foundation that you would like to support).

For more information about how you may remember the MICF in your estate plans, please contact:

Mackinac Island Community Foundation
PO Box 1933
Mackinac Island, MI 49757
(906)847-3701
Email: smcgreevy@micf.org

MICF is a tax-exempt, 501(c)3 organization.

The following individuals have notified the MICF of their planned gift through their will or estate plan. The MICF would like to thank them for their planned generosity and hope others will be inspired by their example.

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Dennis and Cynthia Cawthorne
Brad and Nancy Chambers
James and Arliss Dieleman
Margaret Doud
Alex and Kristi Graham
Frances Dufina Hayes
Kirby and Jennifer King
Charles and Marsha Kleber
Tom and Kathy Lewand
Bill and Cam Liebold
Shaun and Emily Murray
Dan and Marlee Musser
Dennis O’Keefe
Debra Orr
Sandra Orr
Charles and Cordelia Puttkammer
Carol Rearick
Nancy Reeser
Christopher Straus
Michael and Melissa Straus
Lorna Puttkammer Straus
Brian Suelzer
Mary Sulliven
Bob Traxler
Peter and Carol Walters

“Marsha and I value the MICF Legacy Society as a means for future enriching the quality of life for Mackinac Island residents, seasonal workers and visitors. We celebrate Mackinac Island’s caring and welcoming people, its historical sites and structures, its extraordinary four-seasons natural beauty, art & topography, and, above all, its enchanting atmosphere of specialness.”

–Chuk and Marsha Kleber