About the Vogel Alcove Foundation
Honoring the vision of our Founders, Doris Budner and Thelma Vogel, the Vogel Alcove Foundation was established in 2013 with the sole purpose of supporting Vogel Alcove’s programs and activities with long-term resources. The Foundation creates opportunities for and expands Vogel Alcove’s important work.
Leave a Legacy and Inspire Others To Do The Same
Legacy Giving provides creative ways to amplify your impact. Many giving vehicles even provide an opportunity to stretch beyond what you think is possible. Whether it is a gift you can make today or gifts that make an impact after your lifetime, we are happy to work with you and your financial advisor to develop a gift plan that meets your financial and philanthropic goals.
Gifts you can make today
Outright gifts, such as cash, securities, real estate, closely held stock or tangible personal property are always welcome and are a powerful way to enable Vogel Alcove to securely provide and expand its critical services to the homeless children of Dallas for decades to come.
Gifts that make an impact after your Lifetime
Estate gifts provide funding that allows Vogel Alcove to address its greatest priorities at the time your legacy gift is realized. Giving through a bequest is flexible, easy to arrange and may be changed with your life circumstances. You may also name the Foundation as a beneficiary of an IRA, Retirement Plan, Insurance Policy or Bank Account.
The Legacy Society is the official giving society for the Foundation, recognizing those dedicated patrons who have generously committed deferred or outright gifts, supporting in perpetuity the mission of changing the lives of homeless children and the vision of leading children and families out of poverty.
If you have already named the Vogel Alcove Foundation in your estate or gift plans or are considering doing so, please let us know.
Need more information?
Please contact President and CEO: Karen Hughes
The purpose of this web site is to provide general gift, estate and financial planning information. It is not intended as legal, accounting, or other professional advice and should not be relied on in making planning decisions. For assistance in planning charitable gifts with tax and other financial implications, the services of appropriate advisors should be obtained. Consult an attorney for advice if your plans require revision of a will or other legal document.