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Please remember Woodrow Wilson’s impact on your life by including the Foundation in your will. By doing so, you will help to ensure that the Woodrow Wilson Foundation can continue to meet national educational needs, as it has done for more than 70 years, cultivating the next generation of intellectual leaders and creating new opportunities in higher education for young people.

Your attorney can best advise you about ways to provide for your beneficiaries, and, at the same time, help support Woodrow Wilson’s ongoing efforts. Your bequest can be small or large, restricted or unrestricted. A bequest can be made in a will, or by naming Woodrow Wilson as a beneficiary of a revocable trust, retirement plan, or life insurance policy.

Some suggestions for naming Woodrow Wilson in your will are illustrated below:

  • Percentage: I hereby devise, give and bequeath _____% of my gross estate as finally determined for Federal tax purposes to the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation…
  • Set Amount: I hereby devise, give and bequeath the sum of $_______ to the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation…
  • Residual: I hereby devise, give and bequeath (a percent or all of) the rest, residue and remainder of my estate to the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation…

Please advise us of any bequest intentions, which will not be considered binding. If you would like to speak with someone regarding a bequest, please contact Jodi Dungan, Development Officer, at (609) 452-7007, ext. 151, or dungan@woodrow.org.

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