Legacy Giving Network

planned giving booklet coverWhen you make a legacy gift to Sound Generations, you join a network of individuals that care about supporting older adults and adults with disabilities on their aging journey. Not sure which gift is right for you? Click on the image to check out our Guide to Planned Giving Opportunities. *

*We strongly recommend consulting your legal or financial advisor to determine the most appropriate option for you under current applicable tax legislation.


  As a partner in our Legacy Network, you ensure that Sound Generations’ programs remain a vital resource for our aging neighbors.

  You create an impactful way to provide a lifeline for aging adults dealing with hunger, isolation, and loneliness in King County.

  You can reduce estate, capital gains, and income taxes, while creating sustainable resources for older adults who are overwhelmed by life and need a safety net of support services.


Make your commitment today by filling out our Planned Giving Notification Form

Please contact us if you have questions or would like to discuss your legacy giving options.

Brittany Blue, Chief Marketing and Philanthropy Officer
(206) 727-6261

Legacy Network Testimonials

Gretchen Keithly

“Sound Generations provides integrated level of assistance in so many different ways. I appreciate this and want to ensure they can continue this great work among older adults and disabled persons. I want to leave a legacy gift and join the Legacy Network so I can help Sound Generations continue extending life lines and making positive impact in the lives of our aging neighbors for years to come.”

Gretchen Keithly, Legacy Network member & Board member

I am committed to the mission of Sound Generations with the agency meeting the needs of our aging population in King County. I had the opportunity of using Meals on Wheels, the transportation program and the home repair program during a recent surgery. I wish to leave a legacy gift to ensure that Sound Generation continues to provide the needed resources to assist the aging community.

W. Walter Liang, Legacy Network member & former board member under Senior Services

“When I first started working in the field of aging in Seattle (some 40 years ago), I was so impressed with Senior Services – now Sound Generations – for being the heart, soul, and center of King County’s aging network by enabling folks to not just survive but actually thrive in the community rather than having to go to a nursing home. It turns out that all these years later, most other parts of the country don’t have anywhere near the network of coordinated community services.  One of the best ways I can express my gratitude and appreciation for the fine work this non-profit has done for more than 50 years is to make sure my financial support continues long after I am gone by being part of the Legacy Network.”

Kate Turpin, former staff & Legacy Network Partner