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Planned Giving: Roots to Grow; Wings to Fly

The greatest gift we can give children is roots to grow and wings to fly. Boysville provides a safe, family home to children so they may grow and become strong, healthy adults. We give them a foundation of security and stability. Just as plants depend on nourishment and stability, so do our children. We help strengthen their wings to life them above their past life and fly towards their hopes and dreams.

(You can plant the seed to give children strong roots with a legacy gift to Boysville. You can give children who have faced adversity a strong, familial foundation with a legacy gift)

Create a living legacy by including Boysville in your estate planning. You can do this several ways:

  • Name Boysville, Inc. as a beneficiary in your will
  • Create a Trust to help fund programs at Boysville
  • Create a duel-benefit gift such as a Charitable Remainder Trust. You receive fixed payments based on your age and desired interest of return. You also receive a charity tax-deduction. Boysville, Inc. becomes the beneficiary of your trust principle.
  • Designate stocks, bonds, real estate or life-insurance to Boysville, Inc.

For more information, contact Beth Green, Chief Development Officer at 210-659-1901 or email

Cash Donations

Support Boysville with cash, check or credit card. It is the quickest way to see immediate results of your donation at work. Checks may be made out to:
Donate NowBoysville, Inc.
P.O. Box 369
8555 E. Loop 1604 North
Converse, Texas 78109-0369

Honorary & Memorial Gifts

Donate NowGive the gift of charity. This is a thoughtful and wonderful way to recognize a person’s life and accomplishments. When you make an honorary or memorial gift to Boysville, we will notify the honoree or next of kin with a special note.

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