Meet Some of our Donors
Betty will use her house to fund a gift annuity by bequest for each of her daughters, assuring them lifetime income and preserving her Venturi-designed home for Pittsburgh.
Harold used his special skills to help Landmarks save money and historic buildings.
Sue Brandt used a named fund at the community foundation to leave a Landmark Legacy.
Mrs. Carroll used a gift annuity to triple her income and create a fund to support preservation on Mt. Washington and Pittsburgh’s North Side.
Russell W. Coe
Russ Coe used Landmarks gift annuities to increase his income and support projects close to his heart.
Jamini & Greg Davies
The Davies made a cash gift to create a Landmarks Named Fund that will help preserve their adopted city in perpetuity.
George and Eileen Dorman
The Dormans turned an insurance policy into a funding source for easements and religious properties.
Our Florida Friends
You don’t have to live in Pittsburgh to care about and we have the ambassadors to prove it!
Thomas H. Garver
Tom Garver didn’t have cash, but his picture will produce a five-digit gift to support a friend’s legacy to Pittsburgh.
Harry C. Goldby
Mr. Goldby’s act of kindness emphasizes that significant gifts don’t have to be cash or securities.
A former board chair makes Landmarks the beneficiary of his IRA to leave his legacy.
A passion for Pittsburgh leads to significant annual gifts and Named Fund as a token of appreciation for Landmarks’ work.
Judith found a way to protect her historic home, give it to Landmarks and continue to live in it all at the same time!
Clare & Duncan Horner
The Horners gave Landmarks one of its first easements on their Mexican War Street home; now they’ve made a gift that resulted in a preservation easement on their Greene County farm.
John Hudak & Katherine Hudak Golobic
John and Katherine made an outright gift of their childhood home in memory of two people who changed their lives.
Jackie & Jay Johnson
The Johnsons’ willingness to do a charitable bargain sale gift enabled Landmarks to acquire a property that was the stimulus for a Wilkinsburg revitalization project.
Duquesne University Law Professor Martha Jordan not only made Landmarks the beneficiary of her Roth IRA, she made Landmarks a member of her family by becoming an active member of its Board of Trustees.
Tony and Mary Ann Kopczynski
The Kopczynskis used two buildings to create a gift annuity that’s helping to pay for their retirement, which could lead one to say their pizza business still has them rolling in dough.
Angela & Doug Marvin
The Marvins will use a bequest to show their faith in Landmarks.
Matt met used his special skills to help Landmarks save money and historic buildings.
Landmarks staff has proven that you don’t have to be rich to support Landmarks’ mission.
Landmarks helped Tooke work out a plan wherein she gave the farm to a CRUT, received a charitable deduction for a portion of the property's value, and now receives a percentage of the trust's value each year until 2021.
Planned Giving Office
Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation
100 West Station Square Drive, Suite 450
Pittsburgh, PA 15219-1134
(412) 471-5808 | Fax: (412) 471-1633