William H. Carr Circle
The William H. Carr Circle recognizes and honors friends and members of the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum who have generously given to the Museum through planned gifts.
The William H. Carr Circle is named in honor of the Museum's visionary co-founder, William H. Carr. Carr's mission was to create a place where the public could learn about, understand, appreciate, and conserve the natural habitats of the Sonoran Desert.
Members of the William H. Carr Circle are helping to ensure that the vision of the Museum continues by including the Museum in their estate plans. You may become a member of the William H. Carr Circle by:
Making a planned gift to the Museum in your will or trust
Participating in a life income arrangement for the benefit of the Desert Museum, such as a charitable remainder trust
Creating a charitable lead trust for the benefit of the Desert Museum
Naming the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum as a beneficiary of a retirement plan or life insurance policy
Promising a gift of land or real estate that the Desert Museum has agreed to accept.
We hope you will join us.
There are no dues or fees associated with membership in the William H. Carr Circle. With their permission, members are recognized in Museum publications, and also receive invitations to special receptions and events at the Museum.