By leaving a legacy through a planned gift to ACLS, donors can directly help future scholars pursue the important humanistic research of their time, just as ACLS fellows have done for the past century.
During our five-year $125 million Centennial Campaign (which will conclude on December 31, 2021), we have been fortunate to have many supporters, including past fellows, join our 1919 Society by making planned gifts supporting a wide range of projects. We will continue to welcome new members after the campaign concludes and encourage everyone in the ACLS community to learn more about this special giving opportunity.
We are grateful to Nicola Courtright F’94, Vice Chair of the ACLS Board of Directors, and her husband David Levine, both art historians, for their generous commitment to ACLS, which includes a planned gift.
“David and I were lucky to come of age at a time when the exploration of the intellectual life —especially in our field of art history — was the most exciting path we could imagine taking,” she recently shared. “Generous gifts from individual donors financed the grants and fellowships that made us the people and scholars we are today. It is now time for us to make a similar gesture to ACLS to help new generations of scholars along their way.”
To learn more about estate planning and planned giving options, please visit our planned giving website, or contact Mary Richter, Chief Development Officer, at [email protected], to discuss options of how to support an area of the humanities and related social sciences that is right for you.