The Guardians of PC are generous men and women who, as their name implies, protect the future of PC. By including the College in their estate plans or life income gifts, they are able to empower future generations of students by ensuring a PC education is available for many years to come. William Plumer Jacobs, the founder of Presbyterian College, stated in his will dated August 4, 1913 “I have loved it, prayed for it and served it as I was able… My most urgent hope is that it may ever remain…” His vision was bold and one that has been shared by many over the last century.
You too can make a lasting impact on future PC students. Become a Guardian of Presbyterian College by making one or more of the following types of commitments:
- A bequest in your will or revocable trust
- A charitable lead trust that provides income to Presbyterian College for a donor’s lifetime or a term of years
- A gift or assignment of qualified retirement plan assets
- A life-income gift that names Presbyterian College as a remainder beneficiary, such as a charitable remainder trust, a charitable gift annuity, or a gift of life insurance
- A life estate in your home or farm
PC holds an annual banquet to honor our new Guardians and to celebrate the vision of past Guardians. If you have already named Presbyterian College in your estate plan or other planned gift, please let us know so that we can recognize you appropriately. Simply complete this Guardians of PC Notification Form.
Sometimes organizing planned giving can seem like a daunting task, but we are here to help you every step of the way. If you have any questions about planned giving, please contact:
Jonathan Polson, Director of Major Gifts and Planned Giving