EXTEND YOUR ACPA LEGACY….JOIN THE HERITAGE SOCIETY
Through your own success and your investment in students and other higher education professionals, you have already established a legacy of excellence. You can continue to build this legacy after your lifetime of service through a charitable bequest or planned gift to ACPA. The gift can be a modest amount. It’s easy and flexible.
Perhaps you are interested in helping the work of ACPA, but are concerned about giving up assets today. Planned giving is a viable option to continue your commitment to the next generation of students and professionals.
Below are ways that ACPA leaders have made a charitable bequest or planned gift...
Why Make a Planned Gift to ACPA. For nearly 90 years, ACPA has supported innovative professional development, social justice advocacy, and leadership for those who educate college students. Today, ACPA continues its innovation through its racial justice imperative, cutting-edge online and in-person education about contemporary challenges, research and scholarship, and intentional advocacy for educators and students alike.
Some Common Ways to Make a Planned Gift
- Include ACPA in your will (Learn How at this Link)
- Designate ACPA as a beneficiary for your life insurance or retirement account (Learn How at this Link)
Benefits of Being a Member
- Membership in the ACPA Heritage Society (unless you choose to remain anonymous)
- Costs nothing now
- Option to modify your bequest if your circumstances change
- Invitations to special events for Society members
- Acknowledgement in ACPA publications
- Special updates about the activities and work of the Association
- Inclusion of your name on the Heritage Society plaque at the International Office
Members of the Heritage Society
- Dr. William Bryan
- Dr. Deb Hamilton
- Dr. Jeanne Hart-Steffes
- Dr. Cynthia Johnson (deceased)
- Dr. George Kuh
- Dr. Cynthia Love
- Dr. Leila Moore
- Mr. Daniel R. Morrison
- Dr. John A. Mueller
- Dr. Carmen Neuberger
- Dr. Jean Paratore
- Dr. Sue Saunders
For More Information
CONTACT: Sue A. Saunders, ACPA Planned Giving Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org, 116 Holman Road, Williamsburg, VA 23185
Bright, Dedicated, and Inspiring
I Invest in ACPA because“….it has been the foundation of my professional development for more than three decades. In ACPA I have found bright, dedicated, and inspiring colleagues who have advanced my professional life and enriched me personally.” ~ John A. Mueller, Professor, Department of Student Affairs in Higher Education, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Estate Planning Ease
I Invest in ACPA because“…giving back to the organization, and profession, which gave me so much is important. I became a Heritage Society member when I realized how simple it was to add ACPA to my estate planning, and the impact of my gift could be so great.” ~Daniel R. Morrison, Executive Director of Residence Life, Rutgers University
ACPA – Critical Catalyst for Change
I invest in ACPA because… our witness and commitment are centered on the full realization of human dignity for each student. We do not shy away from the most contested and complex challenges to student success. We are a crucible of conviction refined by rigorous research and practice, a critical catalyst for change in 21st Century higher education.
Cynthia H. Love, Executive Director, Out for Undergrad (O4U)
Paying It Back
I invest in ACPA because… it offered me over the years (1961-1998) what I needed as a maturing professional. My bequest to the Foundation is my way of repaying ACPA for all that I have gained; I realize I will never be able to do this.
William A. Bryan, Retired Professor Emeritus, Watson School of Education, University of North Carolina at Wilmington
In Memory of Past Leaders
I invest in ACPA because… I want to honor the memory of past leaders and support the social justice intents of current ACPA members. ~Sue Sanders, ACPA Foundation Trustee