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Make restoring the bay part of your legacy.

Image: A Legacy Reef Ball honoring Founding Member Rosemarie Williams.

Tampa Bay Watch Legacy Society Members:

Anonymous donor

Peter and Marion Clark

Hewitt “Rusty” Clark and Rebecca “Becky” Clark

Norman Englert

Al Donn and Dorothy Holle

Stephanie Green

Joan and Dick Jacobs

Donald James Lyons

Captain Steve McCreary

Drs. Eli and Janet Marley Rose

Dr. Patricia A. Schmieg

Rosemarie Williams

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Plan for a beautiful tomorrow.

By including Tampa Bay Watch in your Legacy planning, your Stock, IRA, or bequest gifts will directly contribute to coastal restoration and marine science education for generations. As our gift to you, a Legacy Reef Ball with your inscribed message will become part of a living shoreline in Tampa Bay.

Through a provision in your will, you can make a simple yet significant gift that will provide for the future of Tampa Bay Watch’s work to protect and restore the Tampa Bay estuary and create a lasting legacy.

Already planning for the future? Let us know your intentions to be immediately inducted into the Legacy Society at Tampa Bay Watch.

There’s an easy way to join our Legacy Society:

Tampa Bay Watch has recently partnered with FreeWill to give all of our supporters the opportunity to write a legally valid will online, completely for free. FreeWill can take less than 20 minutes to complete and makes it simple to leave your legacy with Tampa Bay Watch.

Already placed Tampa Bay Watch in your will? Let us know so that we can induct you into our Legacy Society!

For more information about the Legacy Society, please contact Molly Robison mrobison@tampabwatch.org.

Eli and Janet Rose, Legacy Society Members and veteran volunteers.

Elite Watersports creates a Legacy for their children by installing their own Legacy Reef Ball in Lassing Park, St. Petersburg, FL.