The Christchurch School Society
Leaving a Legacy and Preserving the Future
When you include the Christchurch School Foundation in your estate plans, you become part of a community of forward-looking philanthropists. The Christchurch School Society honors alumni, parents, grandparents and friends who have welcomed Christchurch School into their families by including the Christchurch School Foundation in their estate or gift plans. All gifts from members of The Christchurch School Society will help build our endowment, strengthen our programs and enable us to pursue our goals with confidence and secure the future for our students and faculty. If you have already named the Christchurch School Foundation in your estate plans, we would be honored to welcome you into The Christchurch School Society and make sure we understand how you would ultimately like your gift to be used. If you have not yet included the Christchurch School Foundation in your estate plans, and would like to explore the best options for you and your family, please do not hesitate to contact us at (804) 758-2306 Ext. 160. We would be happy to assist you on a confidential basis and without any obligation.
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