Many of us are blessed throughout life with abundance and at the end of the journey may decide to leave a legacy gift for our favorite charity. One way you can do that is through a planned gift. Roadrunner Food Bank would be honored to be named in your will, trust or other type of deferred gift so we may continue our important work into the future. There are a variety of planned giving approaches and you should speak to your financial advisor to determine the one that best meets your needs.
The Cornucopia Society was created to recognize donors who have communicated to us that they are leaving the Food Bank in their will, trust or other planned giving instrument. As such a supporter, we would be honored to list you as a member of the Cornucopia Society. Please let us know your planned giving intentions by contacting 505.349.5346 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your legacy gift will ensure Roadrunner Food Bank has the appropriate facilities, trucks, tractor trailers and distribution capabilities to respond to New Mexico’s hungry by providing food.
Several donors have notified us of their planned giving intentions. These individuals are the Founding Members of our Cornucopia Society.
- David Adams
- Rex and Barbara Allender
- Perry and Beverly Bendicksen
- Bel Campbell
- Steve and Marian Ciepiela
- Sandy Gold
- Bob Powers and Lydia Ashanin
- William and Rebecca Tallman
Thank you for considering including Roadrunner Food Bank in your estate plans. Your legacy gift would be a special gift to those we will feed in the years ahead.
Looking for more ways to help? We have provided a few tips to get involved right away.
- Help Roadrunner Food Bank solve hunger by making a monthly donation – set up a monthly recurring gift here.
- Receive email from the Food Bank by opting in here.
- Learn about how to volunteer at the Food Bank – click here to register
- Learn how you can serve in other ways by visiting our Take Action Page