Partners in Legacy Society

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WE INVITE YOU to become a member of Partners in Legacy Society, a special recognition society we have established for our generous donors who have created a planned gift to benefit Partners in Care Foundation currently or in the future.

Planned gifts are an essential part of Partners’ long-term financial and programmatic success. Generous donors just like you have created a lasting legacy for themselves and their families and have significantly benefited Partners by making a planned gift such as a bequest, appreciated securities, gifts of retirement accounts, gifts from Donor Advised Funds, real estate, life insurance, a Charitable Remainder Unitrust, or an IRA Qualified Charitable Distribution.

Membership Benefits

Your membership in Partners in Legacy Society involves no dues, obligations, or solicitations. We want to be able to thank you for your commitment and keep you up-to-date on our work and the impact that gifts like yours are making. As a member of Partners in Legacy Society you will receive invitations from us to annual events specially designed for our extraordinary gift planning donors, and your name will be included in our honor roll of planned gift donors on our website.

Visit our Partners in Legacy website page to learn more and to view a list of members: and navigate to the Partners in Legacy Society tab on the main navigation bar.

For more information or to discuss a planned gift, please contact:

Allyson Simpson, JD
Senior Director of Development
(747) 232-4616 

Allyson joined Partners in Care Foundation in 2022. Prior to joining Partners, she served in various senior development and planned giving positions at Maryvale, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Huntington Medical Research Institutes in Pasadena, Caltech, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, and Scripps College in Claremont. She is a member of the Los Angeles Council of Charitable Gift Planners, where she served as President during the 2018-2019 term. Allyson practiced law in the Los Angeles area for several years before transitioning into planned and major gift fundraising.