Planned Giving and Named Awards

Hispanic American Foundation’s Tulsa Legacy Fund

The HAF Tulsa Legacy Fund creates an opportunity for a one-time gift or recurring planned gifts to the Foundation. Planned gifts are important as they support the organization’s viability into the future.

Legacy gifts also are a meaningful way to support the causes you care about. For instance, you may want to designate your gift to educational scholarships which support STEM initiatives, healthcare, business, law, media or the arts. Whatever your passion, we’ll help you find a way to express it through giving.

Planned Giving

There are many ways to make planned gifts–by check, credit card, as distributions from Donor Advised Funds or as gifts of appreciated stock or other assets.

You also may name the Hispanic American Foundation of Tulsa Legacy Fund as a beneficiary of your retirement plan or as a successor to a Donor Advised Fund—or by including the Fund in your estate plan or living trust. More complex options, such as a charitable life-income trust, are also possible.

Named Awards

Annual gifts of $10,000 or more may be designated as “named awards.” These may be a one-time gift or made as recurring gifts paid annually. Each award will be made “in the name of” the person designated, for the entirety of  the life of the award.

For more information on legacy gifts and named awards, please contact the Hispanic American Foundation by email,