Memorial and Honor Program
The Greg Biffle Foundation
Weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, the arrival of a new child or the passing of a dear friend, family member or beloved pet are all moments that have special meaning. A thoughtful and caring way to honor these moments in our lives is to create a living memorial with a donation in the name of the loved one to The Greg Biffle Foundation. Your honor or memorial gift goes right to work for animals in need across the country.
Make your Wedding Memorable
In lieu of traditional favors, consider personalizing your event with a gift to The Greg Biffle Foundation. A donation entitles you to order custom favors announcing your thoughtfulness in honoring your guests. Announce your contribution with complimentary and personalized table tent cards, scrolls or bookmarks. (There is a suggested donation of $50 or more per table for weddings.)
Honor a Bride or Groom
Brides and Grooms will appreciate your creative gift giving when you honor them with a gift in their names to The Greg Biffle Foundation.
Birthdays, Birth/Adoption of a Child
The birth or adoption of a child or grandchild is a moment to celebrate the joy of a new life. With a gift to The Greg Biffle Foundation, you can send your best wishes while helping countless animals nation-wide who are without a voice.
Anniversaries are a Time of Joy
Whether the date is a golden wedding anniversary or an anniversary of a special date in the life of a friend or family member, a remembrance gift to The Greg Biffle Foundation can make this day special.
The Loss of a Loved One
We've all searched for a thoughtful way to express our sympathy to the family of a deceased friend, relative or beloved pet. One way to communicate such feelings is by making a memorial gift in the name of the loved one to The Greg Biffle Foundation.
To announce your thoughtful gesture, The Greg Biffle Foundation provides a personalized card expressing your special message to the family or person you designate.
**All contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.**