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The Legacy Society of the National Aviary

Graphic: The Phoenix Society logo The Phoenix Society is a leadership circle for individuals and families who have included the National Aviary in their wills, estates or financial plans.

The society advances the Aviary’s mission to inspire respect for nature through an appreciation of birds; broadens long-term support for the zoo’s education, conservation, animal care and veterinary programs; and perpetuates the institution’s overall standards of excellence.

Leadership givers provide visionary support that lasts long into the future.

Join the Phoenix Society
Thank you for your interest in investing in the National Aviary at a leadership level.

You can join the Phoenix Society by letting us know that you have included the Aviary in your will, estate or financial plan. You can also take steps to create a charitable gift and contact us once your plan is in place.

For additional information about planned giving or the Phoenix Society, contact Tiffany Early, Membership Manager, at 412.323.7235 ext. 437, or by email. The National Aviary can also put you in touch with a planned giving professional for a cost-free consultation.

Phoenix Society Benefits
Photo: A Phoenix Society member with macaws

Lifelong membership to the National Aviary

10 guest passes (each for one-time use)

An annual “behind-the-scenes” tour and lunch with the CEO

Rental discounts for two private events a year at the National Aviary

The Raptors! Experience — an up-close and personal encounter with animal trainers and birds of prey

A special Phoenix Society memento

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The National Aviary is supported in part through membership, donations, and funding from the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and the Allegheny Regional Asset District.
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