He established a charitable gift annuity to honor his 50th reunion and support HBS for the next 50 years.
They named HBS as a beneficiary of their estate to perpetuate their annual support.
He established a charitable remainder trust to help HBS maintain its excellence while he receives a lifetime income.
She included HBS in her will in appreciation for the education, friendships, and springboard to a great career that HBS gave her.
She included HBS in her will to show appreciation for the many HBS moments that continue to have an impact on her life.
A charitable remainder trust enabled the Wulffs to fulfill their long-term financial, tax-planning, and philanthropic goals.
His HBS education was vital to his career and life, so he remembered the School in his will to provide that same opportunity to others.
She named the School in her will to help ensure the School continues to nurture the next generation of business leaders.
The Georges made a legacy gift to invest in students’ character development and ethical leadership.
He named HBS as a beneficiary of his charitable remainder trust to support financial aid, with a preference for students from his native Poland.
The couple established a charitable gift annuity to support the HBS Fund for Leadership and Innovation, which provides flexible funding for core priorities and new opportunities.
They remembered HBS in their will to establish an endowed fellowship so that future students can benefit from the transformative HBS experience.
A charitable gift annuity enabled them to make a bigger gift than they thought possible while also fulfilling their financial and tax-planning needs.
The Burts established a charitable gift annuity that will ultimately endow a fellowship providing financial aid, with a preference for US Marine Corps veterans.
The couple cites two primary reasons for supporting HBS: appreciation for what they learned as students and enthusiasm for the School’s 21st century agenda.