Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Endowment Fund (est. 2015)
As stewards of one of Florida's most significant and beautiful heritage sites, Loxahatchee River Historical Society maintains and restores the iconic 1860 Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and related structures, protects the surrounding natural environment and archaeological treasures, and provides exceptional visitor experiences via dynamic educational programs and exhibits.
Located at the confluence of the Loxahatchee and Indian Rivers, the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum offers a rare glimpse of Florida history and nature at this federally protected 120-acre site. Each year thousands of school children and visitors from around the globe tour the museum, lighthouse, pioneer homestead and interpreted grounds, exploring Florida habitats and cultures and learning about the need for stewardship of our heritage.
The Loxahatchee River Historical Society was founded in 1972 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization to save our region's "History Shaped by Nature. " Funding supports educational opportunities that contribute to a unique sense of place for all community members, especially students.
Visit the Loxahatchee River Historical Society's website HERE.
If you are considering making a bequest to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Endowment Fund of the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties, we recommend the following language:
I hereby give, devise and bequeath _________ and No/100 dollars ($DOLLARS)... OR
I hereby give, devise and bequeath ____ percent (___%) of my total estate, determined as of the date of my death,...
...to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Endowment Fund of the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties, a nonprofit organization located at 700 S. Dixie Highway, Suite 200, West Palm Beach, FL, 33401.
Other Gift Options
If you would like information about other ways to give, including gifts that provide you with immediate tax deductions, income for the rest of your life and preferential treatment of capital gains taxes, click HERE or call the Foundation at 561-659-6800.