Close this search box.

Legacy Gifts

For over 30 years, The Pride Center at Equality Park has offered a home to the LGBTQ+ community in South Florida. When considering your options in planning for your estate, think of The Pride Center. Your bequest can extend the life of the Center, offering the community the prospect of nurturing support for our community in the future. For health and wellness. For care of HIV-affected individuals. For seniors. For our lives.

There Are Many Ways to Make a Personal Gift

  1. Unrestricted bequest. This is a gift for our general purposes, to be used at the discretion of our governing board. A gift like this—without conditions attached—is frequently the most useful, as it allows us to determine the wisest and most pressing need for the funds at the time of receipt.
  2. Restricted bequest. This type of gift allows you to specify how the funds are to be used. Perhaps you have a special purpose or program in mind. If so, it’s best to consult us when you make your will to be certain your intent can be carried out.
  3. Honorary or memorial bequest. This is a gift given “in honor of” or “in memory of” someone. We are pleased to honor your request and have many ways to grant appropriate recognition.
  4. Endowed bequest. This bequest allows you to restrict the principal of your gift, requiring us to hold the funds permanently and use only the investment income they generate. Creating an endowment in this manner means that your gift can continue giving indefinitely.

If you plan to make a charitable gift by will, please think it through carefully. Then, meet with your attorney to discuss and update your will. Tell him or her exactly what you want to do. Be as clear as possible in describing what you want given to whom.

For more information about how to leave a legacy gift to The Pride Center at Equality Park

Rebecca D’Amico
Director of Development
954.463.9005 x:105

Stay in the loop