Philadelphians are generous individuals who have pledged a gift to their favorite cause at Whittier College in their will or living trust, as a beneficiary designation on a retirement account or life insurance policy, or through a gift annuity or charitable trust. These vital gifts build Whittier’s future and are tremendously important to its continued success as a nationally recognized liberal arts institution.
The College is in the midst of a planned giving campaign called Poet Legacies, in which visionary donors have let their passions come alive by creating their charitable legacy at Whittier. In the past year, the College has gratefully welcomed a number of new Philadelphians (listed to the right) who have pledged their support to areas of campus that they treasure, such as the study abroad program, the Institute for Baseball Studies, named endowed scholarships, the choir, the ever-important Whittier Fund, and more. Have you ever thought about supporting your favorite area of campus through a bequest?
If you would like to learn more about planned giving opportunities with the College, please be in touch with Jessica Cobb ’05 in the Office of Advancement at (562) 907-4299. We do respect the privacy of those who wish to remain anonymous.
Robert (Bobbi) Bruesch ’65
Garrett ’02 and Jessica (Stock) Cobb ’05
Kathleen (Kingsbury) Dobrzycki ’64
Dr. A. David Feinstein ’68
Douglas S. Kotkin ’90
Linda S. and Nathaniel L. Oubré, Jr.
Dori (Wells) Rodi-Shryock ’64
Joseph L. and Bonnie L. (George) Price ’89
E. A. Tenorio ’74 and Susan T. Sato-Tenorio
William C. ’73 and Patrice Ticknor
IN GRATEFUL MEMORY: The College also wishes to recognize an additional six individuals, who each made a provision for Whittier in their will or trust which we learned about after their passing this year.