The Second Century Society - Planned Giving
In 1992, UMS-Wright established the UMS-Wright Foundation to recognize those who include the school in their wills or estate plans. Their gift is an important way to help ensure the future strength of our school and enable them to have an impact on UMS-Wright beyond their lifetimes. We appreciate their foresight and extraordinary generosity.
A planned gift to education is one of the most rewarding a donor can make. Planned gifts for the benefit of UMS-Wright Preparatory School from its alumni, parents, and friends will assure continuation of the School's high level of performance and service, and - directly or indirectly - provide a gift of education to the students of UMS-Wright for many years to come. Such gifts are rewarding in a number of ways: they further the mission of School; for the beneficiaries they make possible greater cultural and educational advancement; for the benefactor they provide significant tax benefits but, more important, they give the satisfaction that comes from contributing to the future through the advancement of education.
We strongly recommend you consult with your attorney or tax advisor as you research the most appropriate way to remember UMS-Wright in your will or estate plans. If you would like to make a planned gift to UMS-Wright you may download a bequest form here, or contact Dennis Ring at firstname.lastname@example.org. Membership into The Wright Society is granted in one or more of the following ways: