Alumni, parents and friends have consistently given to ensure that their alma mater remains strong forever. As you consider what Dickinson means to you, there are many ways to guarantee that the things that you love about this college are supported for years to come.
Anyone has the ability to make a planned gift to Dickinson. It is the graduate from the late 1960s who still goes to the Milton for Hot Chee dogs on every visit and established a scholarship fund through his estate, the alumna from the 1970s who made a special gift during her reunion that will supplement her income during retirement, and the new parents who make sure that Dickinson is included in their plan for their family’s future by providing support in their retirement accounts.
These people and other Dickinsonians like them have all made the carefully considered decision to include the college in their estate planning or to make a special gift to the college.
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