To become an American Chemical Society Legacy Leader, simply provide an indication in writing that an estate gift has been made to the American Chemical Society.
Some gifts that qualify are:
- Making a bequest in a will or trust.
- Naming the American Chemical Society as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy.
- Creating a life income gift that will ultimately benefit the American Chemical Society.
- Naming American Chemical Society as a beneficiary of an IRA or other retirement plan.
As an ACS Legacy Leader you will receive a distinctive lapel pin and invitations to the American Chemical Society's special events. With your permission, you will be recognized as an ACS Legacy Leader and named in the American Chemical Society Legacy Leader membership roster. In addition, complimentary and confidential assistance will be provided from the ACS Office of Philanthropy to your estate planning services. Please contact us to learn more.
ACS Legacy Leader Stories
- Adriane Ludwick
- Gerry Meyer
- Eli Pearce*
- Carolyn Ruth
- Sandra I. Lamb*
- Bacon Ke
- Alfred Bader*
- Carl W. Otto*
- Dorothy L. Lesh*
Charitable Gift Annuity
Retirement Plan Assets
- John Wiesenfeld Honors His Father
- Cathy Sigal Establishes a Research Legacy
- George Fisher Encourages Future Chemists
- Jeannette Brown Opens Doors for the Next Generation
- Susan Fahrenholtz Provides Research Opportunities for Students
* Deceased. We honor their contribution to the chemical enterprise.
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