The Bartlett Tower Society was established in 1990 to recognize classmates who have left a legacy for Dartmouth. These legacy gifts typically take the form of bequests and life income plans:
- Bequests have no minimum dollar amount, may be directed to a particular campus program, and may provide a charitable tax deduction to your estate. You can establish a bequest by naming Dartmouth as a beneficiary of your will, trust, IRA, 401K, or other retirement plan. Sample bequest language is available here https://giftplanning.dartmouth.edu/sample_bequest_language.
- Life Income Plans (including, among other things, the charitable gift annuity and the charitable remainder trust) provide an immediate charitable tax deduction, secure a stream of income back to the donor and/or loved ones for life, and ultimately benefit Dartmouth with the remaining value of the gift.
Here’s a PDF with a great summaryof all gift planning options.
- Finally, As part of Dartmouth’s The Call to Lead Campaign, legacy gifts count! While Dartmouth elevates its ambitions to make a lasting, positive impact on the world, you may make a lasting, long-term impact on Dartmouth! For more information, please contact our class Gift Planning Chair, Beth Hobbs, or you can visit www.dartmouthgiftplanning.org or contact the Gift Planning Office (email@example.com, (603) 646-3799).
’85 BTS Members:
- James C. Alex*
- Pamela Lower Bass and Barry Bass
- Eamonn F. Brady
- Lorenzo A. Chambers
- Todd L. Cranford
- Mary Ellen Reilly and George A. Eldridge
- Jennifer and Thomas R. Eldridge
- Michael W. Fadil
- Kathleen Reilly Gross and Mark Gross
- Kate W. and Jonathan P. Grussing
- Valerie Hartman
- Nancy C. and Paul S. Hill
- Beth Gilman Hobbs and Bill Hobbs
- Merrick R. Kleeman
- James M. Laden
- Aloke K. Mandal
- Linda Cooper Marshall
- Susan S. Reckford
- Lauren Sonstrom Rosen and David Rosen
- Rich Stoddart
- Daniel R. Studnicky
- Kathryn C. and William B. Tyree