DONOR RECOGNITION SOCIETY LISTING
The Florida Lighthouse Association’s (FLA) mission is to safeguard Florida’s remaining lighthouses for future generations by supporting community based restoration, preservation and education efforts. These donors help make that possible!
FLA recognizes donors who make annual gifts
LUMEN SOCIETY ~ recognizes donors who make gifts of $250 or more
$250 can pay for two classrooms from transportation and program costs for a local school to have a field trip to a lighthouse and learn about Florida maritime history and the importance of preservation.
Stan and Dottie Beckstrom
Nina P Berkheiser
Edsel & Dorothy Butler
Hib & Martha Casselberry
Ronald & Susan Kosciulek
Ronald & Joan Ouellett
Betty Lowe Phelps
Alan and Dora Lee Rosendorf
Linda A Koestel
Alfred King III
BEACON SOCIETY ~ recognizes donors who make gifts of $500 or more
$500 can rebuild five historic iron steps in a lighthouse tower.
Chris & Sharon Belcher
Charles and Ginny Davis
PRISM SOCIETY ~ recognizes donors who make gifts of $1,000 or more
$1,000 can purchase enough specialized marine paint to allow a volunteer to completely cover an historic building or provide a day of ground penetrating radar to aid archeologists in their discovery of artifacts located on lighthouse grounds.
Ron and Chris Ecker
G. Robert and Beverly Merrilees
Doris K. Underwood
FRESNEL SOCIETY ~ recognizes donors who make gifts of $5,000 or more
$5,000 can help a volunteer preservationist strip and repaint a historic building.
TOWER SOCIETY ~ recognizes donors who make gifts of $10,000 or more
$10,000 will enable a trained volunteer to completely restore an antique lens system or provide a roof for an historic out building such as an oil house, or wash room
FLA recognizes donors who make cumulative gifts
of $25,000 or more, in perpetuity
PHAROS SOCIETY COMMEMORATIVE ROLL OF HONOR ~
$25,000 can rescue and completely restore an out building on an historic lighthouse grounds
$50,000 can completely restore the inside iron work of an historic lantern room or can restore a 150 year old Fresnel lens
FLA recognizes donors who include a charitable gift to FLA
restoration efforts in their estate plan
LIGHT KEEPERS LEGACY SOCIETY
$100,000 can completely restore all the historic ironwork in a brick lighthouse tower or fund a years worth of archaeological or historic research by a graduate student team.
$1,000,000 will restore a lighthouse because that is what it costs to completely restore one of the towers.
For help and information
If we have omitted your name, improperly cited it, misspelled it, or failed to place it in the proper category, we sincerely apologize. Please either email Info@FloridaLighthouses.org or call (727) 667-7775 and let us know of our mistake so we can correct it in the future.