Randall Lewis, a ULI Foundation Governor since 2002, recently pledged $1 million as part of the ULI Foundation’s legacy giving program. Lewis’ generous gift will be used to support specific needs-directed educational, research, and outreach programs and initiatives of ULI.
The Foundation’s legacy giving program was created to ensure that ULI is able to continue influencing and advancing the land use practices and policies that will shape the great cities and communities of future generations.
Lewis, executive vice president of the Lewis Operating Corp., will become a member of the Foundation’s Legacy Giving Circle.
Support the Legacy Circle Giving Program
For nearly 80 years, ULI has been working to advance best practice in the creation of great places. These efforts have inspired countless contributions of time, expertise, and resources from the many members of ULI who have embraced the opportunity to give back. The results of these contributions have been seen throughout ULI’s history in the development and design of cities and communities around the world.
Members of the ULI Foundation’s Legacy Giving Circle are enabling the long tradition of responsible development practice and land use decision making to influence the shape of great places for decades to come. The Legacy Giving Circle allows individuals to make estate and planned giving pledges of any amount, both revocable and irrevocable, to the ULI Foundation for future use. Gifts can be designated for specific uses or for general support.