legacy, community and history
Conservatory & Research
To Create a Beautiful Garden That Softens Citizens Grief.
- The George Price’s Circle comprises the group of Cemetery’s closest supporters. The latter’s contributions are designated toward those immediate and long-term priorities that help preserve Pine Forest now and into the future.
- Members make unrestricted gifts of $500 or more annually. We invite you to join this esteemed group of donors.
- BENEFITS OF PRICE’S CIRCLE MEMBERSHIP:
- Invitation to participate in all annual events at Pine Forest
- Invitations to exclusive Price’s Circle events
- Private cemetery tours with leadership
- News and communications from the Superintendents’ Office
- The Superintendent Fund is an annual fund. Pine Forest, as a nonprofit, raises on an ongoing basis throughout the year. It covers the costs associated with the Cemetery’s day-to-day functions, so it can stay up and running as it promotes other campaigns for specific projects and events. So the annual fund is essential.
- The Pine Forest Legacy Circle comprises those supporters who have made a planned gift to Pine Forest. Such gifts may include a bequest, retirement plan, real estate or other property, life income including charitable remainder trusts and charitable gift annuities, and privately held business interests.
- Today, there are many options for planned gifts available to you, designed to meet your personal needs and help establish or strengthen your legacy with Pine Forest. Many legacy gifts offer substantial benefits for you and your loved ones. A legacy gift to Pine Forest may:
- Provide attractive tax benefits
- Create a meaningful legacy by enriching the education of countless young people, conservation of our natural resources, and preservation of our historic structures
- Create lifetime income
Today, as the final respite of these noble enslaved and free men and women, Pine Forest is a sanctuary for history, education, and inspiration. As such, we realize there is interest in researching it. The Cemetery is open to all levels of instructional inquiry. To begin, please complete the information below and select an area of research. Below are the types of study in which the Board is most interested:
- Assessing the condition of the Cemetery
- Recording individual markers or monuments
- Monument fragment and removal record
- Documenting Cemetery vandalism
- Determining the height of tall monuments with a clinometer
- Cemetery disaster assessment
*This form must be completed and submitted six months before the initiation of research. Research may not begin before approval.
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