The Crocker Society has been established to recognize those individuals who have made a planned gift or have made known their intentions to include Applewild School in their wills or estate plans. The Crocker Society is named in honor of the Founders of the School, the Crocker Family, whose foresight, commitment, generosity, leadership, and stewardship made possible the creation of Applewild School.
How can you make a planned gift to Applewild?
Name Applewild School in your will. This is the easiest way to make a planned gift and often the best way to make a larger gift than you could during your lifetime. You can set a gift amount or even leave a percentage of your estate.
Name Applewild as a beneficiary of your life insurance or retirement plan. This is another simple way to make a planned gift to Applewild when establishing new policies or amending an existing one.
Planned gifts come in all sizes. You don’t have to be wealthy or elderly to consider making a planned gift.
Planned gifts enable Applewild School to secure its future stability and growth while continuing to advance the mission of the School. Once you have named Applewild School as a beneficiary of a planned gift, please notify us and we’ll welcome you as a member of the Crocker Society. Your name will be forever included as a member of the Society. Please note that we don’t need to know the specifics of your gift, just that you have included Applewild as part of your legacy. Applewild will also honor donor requests to remain anonymous.
For more information on making a planned gift to Applewild School or on membership to the Crocker Society, please contact the Development Office.