The Park and Administrative Offices will be closed December 24-25 and January 1.
INFORMATION REQUEST FORM
Contact Four Mile Historic Park's Development Department for more informaiton on the Planned Giving program and the many educational programs offered throughout the year.
Your gift planning today ensures that tomorrow’s generation of visitors and students will benefit from Four Mile Historic Park’s preservation and interpretation efforts. By informing us of your gift, you assist with future planning and appropriate recognition in the Booth Society. All anonymity requests will be strictly honored.
Would you like more information on making a planned gift?
Four Mile Historic Park’s Planned Gift Program does not provide legal or tax advisory service. We strongly encourage you to obtain the professional advice of an attorney or financial advisor when considering these types of gifts.
*Information provided is not intended to be tax or legal advice. Please consult a qualified legal or financial advisor before making a gift to any charitable organization.
• Continued preservation of the Four Mile House Museum, Denver's oldest standing structure.
• Conservation of the museum collection.
• Year-round educational programming for over 17,000 youth each year.
• Care and feeding of the Park's livestock
• Conservation and maintenance of our historic vehicles: Stagecoach, Prairie Schooner, and other horse-drawn conveyances.
• Planting and maintenance of our Heritage Gardens.
• Free public programs and events.
• Scholarships for under-served youth to attend our many educational programs throughout the year.
• Construction of additional interpretive spaces, such as the Blacksmith Shop, Summer Kitchen, and Miner & Trapper Cabin.
YOUR GIFT SUPPORTS:
The Booth Society was created to honor and recognize those who value Four Mile Historic Park and its mission of education and preservation. This name was chosen in tribute to Levi and Millie Booth, who were such good stewards of their property and community. Their commitment to the success of Colorado Pioneers has inspired us to continue the tradition.
When you add Four Mile Historic Park to your will, or plan to make a gift of retirement stocks, annuities or outright gifts such as cash, you become eligible to join the Booth Society.
You will join friends and see Four Mile Historic Park continue to prosper in the years ahead through endowment funds; where the principal is protected and yearly interest is used for maintenance of the house and buildings.
The Booth Society will meet annually for lunch and with permission, Booth Society members will be listed in the park’s annual report.
Gift planning is a personal journey. You may certainly remain anonymous if you wish. If you have put Four Mile Historic Park in your will, please let us know so we may include you in the Booth Society.
Thank you all for your continued support throughout the years. We are looking forward to a busy and successful summer season at the Park!
Four Mile Historic Park's Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) is 84-0754945.
About making a planned gift to Four Mile Historic Park
There are many creative and flexible gift planning options that can benefit you, your loved ones, and Four Mile HIstoric Park. Planned giving can be as simple as including a bequest provision in your will or naming Four Mile as a beneficiary of your retirement plan or life insurance policy.
One of the simplest and most popular ways to support Four Mile's future, a bequest provides a gift for Four Mile in your will.
CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITIES
A charitable gift annuity is an extraordinary way to make a gift to Four Mile, create income for life, and slice your tax bill—all in one arrangement.
CHARITABLE REMAINDER TRUSTS
Charitable remainder trusts enable you to get the satisfaction of making a lifetime gift without the sacrifice.
PLANNED GIFT TYPES