What is the Harriet Peck Williams Society? The Board of Trustees established the Society to honor those individuals who have remembered The Williams School in their wills or through a planned gift arrangement. The Society is named for the founder of the School whose bequest funded the establishment of the institution.
How do I become a member of the Society? Simply complete and return this confidential reply form indicating how you have included Williams in your estate plans.
What forms of giving are recognized by the Society?
Including Williams in your will, revocable trust or other financial plans.
Entering into a life income arrangement, charitable trust or other planned gift for the benefit of Williams, such as a gift annuity.
Naming Williams as the owner/beneficiary of a life insurance policy or the beneficiary of a retirement plan.
What are the benefits of membership in the Society?
Satisfaction of knowing that you are ensuring the future financial strength of the institution.
Special gift designed exclusively for Society members.
Recognition in the annual Report of Giving (requests for anonymity will be honored).
Invitations to special events.
Personalized communications from the Head of School and President of the Board reporting on the progress of the School.
Ongoing planned giving information and gift planning services.
The Williams community has a tradition of fantastic support for the school through The Fund for Williams, Senior Parent Gift, and comprehensive campaigns.
Whether it’s creating a Fitness Center, renovating the gymnasium and reinvigorating sports fans, or providing outstanding faculty development opportunities, it’s all made possible by the philanthropy of the Williams community.
The Williams School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law.