Craig Snow Legacy Society

Craig Bradford Snow

Craig Bradford Snow

In 2013, the SAAF Board unanimously voted to establish a Legacy Society for SAAF and to name it after Craig Bradford Snow, founder and longtime Executive Director of the Tucson AIDS Project, one of the 3 organizations that merged to form SAAF. The purpose of the Snow Society is to insure the financial stability of SAAF today and for many years to come and to allow those of us who are closest to SAAF to make a significant difference in the lives of many. See a listing of Snow Society members here.

Establishment of the Snow Society means that now our donors have even more options for including SAAF in their estate plans.

Please consider making a provision in your estate plans for SAAF or make SAAF a beneficiary in your insurance policy. There are several ways that you can make a planned gift to SAAF. Please contact Monique Vallery, Director or Development, at (520) 547-6105 for more information or fill out the form below:

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