MORE WAYS TO GIVE

There are many ways you can support the Conservatory of Flowers. Explore how you can make a lasting impact.

CREATE A TRIBUTE

Make a lasting tribute to someone you love

Perhaps your mother loved the Conservatory of Flowers. Maybe your husband proposed to you here, or your grandmother brought you to visit when you were little. A gift in honor or memory of that special loved one will act as a “living gift”, ensuring their memory lives on.

For more information, please email development(at)sfcof.org.

Your bequest is tax-exempt, easy to establish, and will not affect your current finances. For more information, or to let us know that you have created a bequest, please email development(at)sfcof.org

Your attorney can assist you with creating a bequest to the Conservatory. Bequests may be set up as cash gifts in specific amounts, percentages of one’s overall estate value, gifts of personal property (such as stocks, bonds, artwork, vehicles, real estate, etc.) or residual gifts, i.e. the balance of your estate after all other demands on your estate have been paid out.

CASH GIFT
PERCENTAGE GIFT
PROPERTY GIFT
RESIDUAL GIFT

Contributors for 1879 Original Purchase

William Alvord
Wm. F. Babcock
Samuel Crim
Charles Crocker
Isaac E. Davis
J.G. Eastland
W.P. Fuller
Adam Grant
R.N. Graves
George C. Hickox
A.P. Hotaling
James Irvine
Robert C. Johnson
M.P. Jones
S.L. Jones
J.G. Kittle
Milton S. Latham
Charles Lux
Charles Main
J. McDonald
G.A. McDonald
W.W. Montague
A.J. Pope
Claus Spreckels
Leland Stanford
A.L. Tubbs
William F. Whittier