In honor of our founders, the Margaret B. Geier Society was created to recognize our dedicated and visionary donors who give $1,000 or more annually to support the mission of LADD. Margaret “Peggy” Bullock Geier devoted her life to helping people with developmental disabilities. She co-founded LADD and Find A Way Apartments for disabled adults, and served as LADD’s first board president. Her joy and commitment to LADD live on in her family and friends.
The Margaret B. Geier Society was created to recognize our dedicated and visionary donors who give $1,000 or more annually to support the mission of LADD.
This distinguished membership includes:
- Complimentary tickets to LADD’s Taking Flight Awards
- Subscription to the LADD Ledger, our bi-annual publication
- Acknowledgement in our Annual Report and LADD Ledger
- Private tour of LADD on request
- Personalized donor service for membership questions
Click here to read the full length article about Peggy Geier referenced in the 2012 Fall LADD Ledger
Lillard Level: $1000-$2499
In honor of Maug Lillard, founding trustee, for the enthusiasm, leadership and commitment she brought to LADD during the formative years.
In honor of Barby Robinson, founding trustee, for her dedication, leadership and support of LADD throughout her life.
McLaurin Level: $5000-$9999
In honor of Kath Spellman McLaurin, MD, founding Vice President. Her support throughout LADD’s history has been unwavering. Her influence and expertise as a physician and community volunteer helped to lay the foundation for the continued success and respect for all LADD serves.
LeBlond Level: $10,000-$19,999
In honor of Minor LeBlond, founding trustee and Board President. Her tenure with LADD includes virtually every volunteer leadership position as well as playing a pivotal role in major agency decisions during its formative years. Her passion helped build LADD into one of this region’s most comprehensive and compassionate service providers that values all people served.
Teese Level: $20,000 +
In honor of Michael Teese, founding trustee. As a person with a developmental disability, he advocated for and provided insight into the values and services on which LADD was founded.