Join the Legacy Challenge

Join the Legacy Challenge!

If you are considering a gift in your estate plan to the Kansas City Ballet, now is a great time to let us know!

If we are already in your estate and/or trust plans but you have not notified the Kansas City Ballet, we want to encourage you to share more information about yourself and your generous gift. Please allow us to properly thank you and welcome you into The Tatiana Dokoudovska Legacy Society!

For the second time, Muriel McBrien Kauffman Family Foundation has pledged $100,000 in current funds to the Kansas City Ballet’s Endowment when 10 new legacy intentions are documented. They want to ensure that the Kansas City Ballet will always enrich the lives of artists and people in our community.

Joining this challenge is easy. If you’ve included the Kansas City Ballet as a beneficiary of your will, trust, or other estate gifts, sharing your gift intention with us now will help unlock $100,000 into the fund!

Join the Challenge

“Muhammad Ali said that ‘service is how you pay for your time on this earth’ and Kansas City Ballet was an obvious choice for us. I want to help instill a love for ballet in kids from a young age. I hope 20-50 years from now we have a diverse audience and a broad group of people that can come and enjoy the ballet.” 

– Jacquie Ward

Is Kansas City Ballet in your estate plans?

Submit your information by mail

If you have already named Kansas City Ballet in your will or trust and would like to be recognized as a member of the Tatiana Dokoudovska Legacy Society, please complete this Legacy Intention Form and send it by mail.


For more information about becoming a member and the different ways you can support Kansas City Ballet through The Tatiana Dokoudovska Legacy Society, contact Rebecca Zandarski, CFRE, CSPG, by email or  816.216.5597.