Lifetime Legacy Society
“No mother wants to see their child hurt, sick or in pain. Edi Pollaert, a new member of Komen’s Lifetime Legacy Society, had to be a very strong woman to go through all of that, three times.” Read more
“The biggest misconception about estate planning is that you have to be wealthy to leave money to an organization. The reality is that you can leave a set amount or a portion of your estate, no matter the amount. Every little bit helps move the mission forward.” Read more
Michael Niskar recently shared that, “it feels nice knowing that after I’m gone, my small gesture of supporting Komen will hopefully make the person who was and is my hero in life a little proud — my mom.” Read more
Sue and Skip McGoun were recently inspired “to make a bequest to Susan G. Komen [in memory of] two beloved relatives whom Sue lost to cancer.” Read more
Although Barbara Frances Boston-Rodriguez had known about Susan G. Komen for a long time, her mother’s breast cancer diagnosis is what really inspired her interest in our mission to save lives. Read more
When asked why they support Susan G. Komen, John and Susan Dorr said, “It is because of the excellent awareness that is provided and, most important, for the research to prevent breast cancer.” The Dorrs choose to support Komen’s mission through their estate plan. Read more
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