Marimor Legacy Foundation

The purpose of the Marimor Legacy Foundation is to benefit and support activities and services provided by Allen County Board of Developmental Disabilities.

The foundation achieves this by raising funds for special projects and initiatives that will enhance the lives of people with developmental disabilities in Allen County. The foundation’s first major project is pictured above: raising $1.3 million to build two new All Ability Playgrounds in Allen County.

Marimor Legacy Foundation was established on June 4, 2018. It operates through the efforts of volunteers, primarily the Board of Directors:

  • Angie Herzog, President
  • Curtis Shepherd, Treasurer
  • Esther Baldridge
  • Greg Miller
  • Mary Jane Mullenhour
  • Anthony Simpson
  • Linda Lehman

If you would like to make a donation or learn more about Marimor Legacy Foundation’s current projects, please contact Esther Baldridge at

Leave a Legacy

You can make a donation to the Marimor Legacy Foundation here.

Planned Giving
You can make a bequest through your will or name the Allen County Board of Developmental Disabilities as the beneficiary in a life insurance policy.

End of Year Giving
Give a gift of appreciated securities. The benefits of giving stocks and bonds include avoiding paying capital gains tax and receiving an itemized charitable income tax deduction.

If you are 70.5 or older, you are required to take a minimum distribution from your traditional IRA. By giving this distribution as a direct charitable donation, you can avoid paying taxes on it. Also, this may avoid increased taxes on your Social Security income.