Legacy Circle and Planned Giving

Educational Theatre Foundation, Legacy CircleBy remembering the Educational Theatre Foundation (ETF) in your long-term financial and estate planning, you continue to shape lives through theatre education and to have a lasting impact on school theatre, students, and teachers. Bequests, gifts of retirement assets, and gifts of life insurance are among the many options that donors have to make transformational gifts through the Legacy Circle and to potentially reduce estate and income taxes. As a Legacy Circle member, you will be invited to exclusive special events and will receive permanent recognition for your commitment.

We will be delighted to talk with you and your financial advisers to help tailor planned giving strategies that best meet your needs.

To learn more about joining our Legacy Circle, please contact Vice President of Development Marion Combs at 513.977.5539.

The Educational Theatre Foundation (ETF) wishes to acknowledge and thank our Legacy Circle members.

  • Eric Brannen
  • Rodney (Joe) Burnsworth
  • Mary Kay Everett
  • Debby Gibbs
  • Melba Day Sparks Henning†
  • Robert Henrichs
  • Robert Johnson
  • Gai Laing Jones
  • John Kauss
  • Terry McGonigle
  • Gloria McIntyre
  • Christina Myatt
  • William Myatt
  • Jeff Nienhueser
  • Michael J. and Linda Peitz
  • Jo Nell Seifert
  • Jerry D. Smith, Jr.
  • Brian Welch
  • Shelley Yeatman

The information on this website is not intended as legal or tax advice. For legal or tax advice, please consult your attorney, CPA, or financial planner.

“As a lifelong theatre educator, I can't think of a better way to ensure that my love of the power of theatre lives on, making dramatic, positive influences on young Thespians for generations to come.”

— Bob Henrichs, director of theatre, Lincoln Public Schools, Lincoln, Nebraska