The Legacy Society helps provide a long-term foundation for VPC. Members of the Legacy Society desire to continue God's work past their lifetimes to grow as a Church and to spread God's love to our congregational and community members for years to come. There are no start-up or annual fees. Simply name the Foundation in your estate plan or will.
A will is the cornerstone of a well-organized estate plan, but it can also proclaim your Christian faith, demonstrating your faithful stewardship to future generations. The Valley Legacy Society is composed of members who have designated the Foundation in their wills or trusts. If you're ready to become a member of the Valley Legacy Society, simply print the form below and return it to our Foundation office. A Trustee will contact you soon!
In response to the love of Jesus Christ, Valley Presbyterian Foundation encourages, develops, and receives contributions for the endowment of the Valley Presbyterian Church, invests its funds to increase the value of the Foundation’s assets over time, and supports the Church’s Mission.
A community where Jesus Christ transforms lives by supporting all Valley Presbyterian Church members to maximize their potential as God’s stewards for the long-term benefit of Valley Presbyterian Church.
Valley Presbyterian Foundation is proud to assist our college students in their educational endeavors as they prepare for productive and faithful lives as God's children. Our scholars have served their church and community by displaying their faith and using their God-given talents. Our goal is to offer greater financial help in the future for students requesting help in furthering their studies to attain their career goals.
The Foundation Dinner is an annual fundraiser designed to support a specific church or missional need. The event has raised and distributed over $323,000 towards mission and campus improvement costs that directly support our congregation and community programs like Family Promise of Greater Phoenix and Boy Scout Troop 441.
Fund the Need (FTN) became a popular feature of the Annual Legacy Dinner in 2015. It gave dinner guests the opportunity to directly support a capital need of the church and observe first hand the results of their gifts within a year. Overall, FTN has raised over $323,000 as of 2020 to give to VPC for improvements and upgrades. Highlights are:
2020 - Raised $36,000 to upgrade the Chapel audio visual system and install televisions in many of the classrooms.
2019 - Raised $50,000 to cover the cost of A/C units throughout VPC Campus, providing cool rooms to worship and praise.
2018 - Raised and donated $57,000 to Family Promise of Greater Phoenix.
2017 - Raised $40,000 for the removal and replacement of major kitchen appliances in Landes Center.
2016 - Raised $70,000 for the new landscape design and installation on the eastside of the Chapel,
purchased a new monument sign at McDonald entrance, and remodeled the men and women's restroom on the north side of the Sanctuary.
2015 - Raised $70,000 for Kilgore Chapel roof repair, purchased new chairs for Landes Center, and funded significant campus water pipeline replacement.