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Many alumni have found gift planning to be a thoughtful way to make a significant gift to Harvard while addressing personal financial needs. Here are some of their stories.
John G. Palfrey Jr. ’94 believes that giving back is essential to a good life.
For Caitlin Murray O’Connor '92, her days sailing on the Charles were some of her favorite at Harvard. In gratitude, O’Connor and her husband, Paul O'Connor '89, have planned a bequest to Harvard College.
George '54 and Wendy Walcott '62 want to give back to Harvard now and into the future.
Deanna Lee '84 established a unitrust as a creative way to help Harvard and advance her own exploration.
Carla Jeannette Rosen-Vacher ’82 made a bequest to Harvard to create a new legacy.
Giving to Harvard is personal for Jeff Scruggs ’85, MBA ’91 and his wife, Robbin E. Mitchell MBA ’92.
For Howard Slyter ’67, planned gifts are another way to help make Harvard accessible for the next generation of students.
For Eryn Ament Bingle ’95 and her husband, Mike, making a bequest is an easy way of ensuring a final gift to Harvard.
Warren Markarian ’54, MBA ’61 set up charitable gift annuities because he wanted to do more for Harvard.
Kathe ’87 and Bill Pate ’86, P’19, ’16 established a charitable remainder unitrust to ensure that transformative experiences remain an integral part of student life at Harvard.
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