Two ways to help preserve the Lincoln Legacy
Abraham Lincoln’s legacy will always be important! We must keep the story of the life and times of Abraham Lincoln alive and relevant to future generations.
Without support from generous donors like you, opportunities to keep Lincoln’s legacy alive will be lost. Please consider one of the following support opportunities.
1. Looking for Lincoln Endowment Fund -
The Looking for Lincoln Bequest Society is designed to be one way to build an Endowment Fund. This builds the Endowment Fund in a way that transcends generations.
The Bequest Society recognizes individuals and families who have indicated to us that they have made provision in their estate plans to bequeath assets to the Looking for Lincoln Endowment Fund. Members of the Bequest Society may choose to make bequests through their will, trust, beneficiary designation or other methods.
Upon notification from an individual or family that the Looking for Lincoln Endowment Fund is named in their estate planning, that individual or family become a member of the Bequest Society. With their permission, their names will be proudly posted on our website.
2. Program Support
Annually, Looking for Lincoln provides programs that help us preserve the legacy of Mr. Lincoln by continuing to tell the story of the life and times of Mr. Lincoln through living history programs and events and a youth leadership program.
Your donation to our annual programs enables us to ensure that we provide as many opportunities as we can to bring Lincoln alive in the hearts and minds of our visitors.
If you would like to donate online, please click the button below.
If you prefer to mail your contribution, please send to:
Looking for Lincoln Heritage Coalition
1 Old State Capitol Plaza
Springfield, Illinois 62701
Please make checks payable to: Looking for Lincoln Heritage Coalition.
For more information, contact Sarah Watson, executive director, at email@example.com or 217-785-5268.
Thank you for supporting our efforts to preserve the heritage and culture of Lincoln’s Illinois!