Tomorrow's Harvest

As part of your Estate Planning, you can help ensure that future generations grow up healthy - not hungry - by making a planned gift to Clark County Food Bank. Your legacy gift helps us to secure and distribute food and groceries to those in need and promote solutions to hunger, now and for years to come.

If you have already included Clark County Food Bank in your estate, we would like to recognize you as a member of Tomorrow’s Harvest Legacy Society. The amount of your planned gift will not be disclosed and your name can remain anonymous upon request.


Four simple ways to leave a legacy:



A bequest in your will is a simple way to make a legacy gift to Clark County Food Bank. For examples of bequest language click here.

Stocks & Securities

Stocks & Securities

Donating appreciated securities, including stocks or bonds, is an easy way for you to make a gift to Clark County Food Bank. Click here to download a stock donation document.

Retirement Accounts

Retirement accounts

Donating part of your unused retirement assets, such as your IRA, 401(k), or other tax-deferred plan, can be an excellent way to feed future generations in our community.



A charitable trust is a great tool to provide future income for your loved ones and your favorite nonprofit.

All four of the above strategies should be reviewed with your tax and/or legal adviser.


Two simple next steps:


Step One:

If you would like to receive a complimentary copy of the 5 estate planning documents everyone should consider please click the "Request Documents" button below to email us or give us a call at (360) 693-0939.


Step Two:

If you have already made a planned gift, we welcome the opportunity to include you as a member of Tomorrow's Harvest, the Legacy Society of Clark County Food Bank. Please notify our team via email by clicking the "Tomorrow's Harvest" button below so that we may include you. (You will have the option of remaining anonymous publicly.)