Tangible ways to Support Duncan Tavern. Donate now!
“1788 Society” The Duncan Tavern Historic Center’s Annual Giving Program
Friends of Duncan Tavern – $1788+
Ann Duncan – $1000+
Nannine Clay Wallis – $500 - $999
Polly Hawkins Craig – $250 - $499
Elizabeth Todd – $100 - $249
1788 Society – $50 - $99
Through donations, honorarium and memorial gifts individuals and chapters can continue to support the Tavern with the purchase of or donation to:
• Brick pavers that line the entry to the Duncan Tavern Historic Center—$100
• Wreathes at Christmas time
• Heritage Preservation Symposium
• Designated Programs or Events
• Also, by using AmazonSmile & Kroger cards and by participating in District Fundraisers
you can support your KSDAR Headquarters.
Curtains for the Tavern! Adopt a window.
Julia Spencer Ardery Legacy Society – To Benefit Duncan Tavern Historic Center
The Julia Spencer Ardery Legacy Society honors Kentucky Daughters of the American Revolution (KSDAR) who have made arrangements in their estate plans to benefit the Duncan Tavern Historic Center. Duncan. Contributions through your estate plans will ensure the sustainability of the Duncan Tavern forever.
The following gifts of $5000.00 or more qualify for membership in the Julia Spencer Ardery Legacy Society:
A bequest through your will or trust is a wonderful way to provide support for Duncan Tavern. You can designate a fixed dollar amount, a percentage of your estate, or your remaining property after all other obligations are fulfilled.
You can designate the “KSDAR, to support Duncan Tavern” as the partial or sole beneficiary of your IRA or other retirement plan.
By naming the “KSDAR, to support Duncan Tavern” as the beneficiary of your life insurance policy, the proceeds at your death can ensure lasting support for Duncan Tavern.
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