Providence Legacy Society

Providence Academy seeks to form students who are committed believers, clear thinkers, and good citizens that embody the principles in our motto, “Faith, Knowledge, Virtue.” The Providence Legacy Society is a select group of partners in this vision who have chosen to include Providence Academy in their will or estate plans.

A Will or An Estate Gift

Giving an estate gift to Providence Academy forever binds your legacy to our mission to form students of true faith and character. Gifts made to Providence Academy via a will cost supporters nothing now and may provide superior tax advantages to other forms of giving. To help you get started, Providence Academy has partnered with FreeWill: a free online resource that guides you through the process of creating a legally valid will and including a gift to Providence Academy in just 20 minutes. Contributors should speak with their estate planner or accountant for more information on how a charitable gift to Providence Academy can best serve their interests while also contributing to the Providence Academy mission.

Other Non-Probate Assets

If you have an IRA, 401(k), life-insurance policy, or any other assets not included in your will, these are called “non-probate assets” and you can – and should – plan your beneficiaries for them separately. You can use this secure online tool to make your plans and designate Providence Academy as a beneficiary of these assets to support and educate our PA students for generations to come.

Have you already made a gift to Providence Academy in your estate plan?
If so, please fill out this form
so we can thank you and update our records!
Or, click on the “Legacy Society Membership Form” above and return to Providence once completed.

Contacting Providence

We would be honored to welcome you into the Providence Legacy Society and acknowledge your lasting dedication to the vision and mission of Providence Academy.

For more information about the Providence Legacy Society, please contact Josh Anderson, Director of Advancement, by phone at (763) 258-2531, or by email.

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