Planned Giving

Our Mission

Arnold Palmer loved golf and he loved people. Throughout their 45 years of marriage, Arnold and Winnie Palmer championed many causes that were "not just about golf, but made possible because of golf." In true partnership, Arnold and Winnie devoted their time away from golf to philanthropy — focused especially on young people — creating a blueprint for other modern athletes to use their fame and fortune to serve others.

The Palmers sought to give back more than they had been given. And they never forgot where they came from. Arnold was golf's everyman; someone who learned the game as the son of a country club employee in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, and brought it to people around the world. Today, driven by the generosity of "Arnie's Army," the Arnold & Winnie Palmer Foundation carries on a pioneering tradition of charity, service, and doing right by others.

By supporting nature-focused well-being and character development through golf, we continue their efforts to ensure every child gets the opportunity to live a life well played. We are committed to preserving the Palmers' legacy in golf and American history for decades to come.