Planned Giving



Planned Giving at the Getty

The Getty that we know today was made possible through a generous bequest by J. Paul Getty. Be a part of this extraordinary legacy through your own planned gift. There are a number of options that can offer you favorable benefits while also providing impactful support to the Getty.

Planned gifts at the Getty include:

This website is designed to give you general information about planned gifts to the Getty. It is not intended to provide specific advice about the legal or tax implications of such gifts. Before making a gift to the Getty, you should consult with your financial, tax, and legal advisors for a thorough analysis of your individual situation and the tax consequences and to decide which of these vehicles might work best for you.

Founder's Society

Jeanne (Spring) (detail), 1881, Édouard Manet. Oil on canvas. The J. Paul Getty Museum
Jeanne (Spring) (detail), 1881, Édouard Manet. Oil on canvas. The J. Paul Getty Museum

The J. Paul Getty Founder’s Society recognizes and honors individuals who have made the generous decision to include the J. Paul Getty Trust as part of their estate plans. We invite you to join us!

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Make a Bequest

A Wooded Landscape with Travelers on a Path through a Hamlet (detail), about 1665, Meindert Hobbema and Abraham Storck. Oil on canvas. The J. Paul Getty Museum
A Wooded Landscape with Travelers on a Path through a Hamlet (detail), about 1665, Meindert Hobbema and Abraham Storck. Oil on canvas. The J. Paul Getty Museum

A bequest is a gift provision in your will or revocable living trust.

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