AlumniCorps Celebrates Keystone Society Members
On February 26, Princeton AlumniCorps held the first annual Keystone Society Breakfast. Members of this forward-thinking group have committed to ensuring the stability and long-term health of Princeton AlumniCorps by making a planned gift to the organization. We were delighted to honor Charter Members of the Keystone Society, and to include many others without whom Princeton AlumniCorps would not be the organization it is today.
Ten of the Society’s 21 members attended the event, where many shared their reasons for making a bequest to Princeton AlumniCorps, and their hopes for the future of the organization. Jim Gregoire ’69 told us: “Jane and I consider Princeton AlumniCorps to be a part of our extended family. There seems to us no better way to help ensure the sustainability of this great organization than making it a part of our planned giving. I am proud to stand with all of you today, as a member of the Keystone Society.”
John Fish ’55, a Keystone Society member and Chair of the Board of Directors, spoke about how much Princeton AlumniCorps has grown from its humble but ambitious beginnings. He shared: “AlumniCorps has made great progress towards sustainability beyond the founding class of ’55. Today, we are supported by members of more than 60 Princeton classes, from ’55 to ’11 and have four thriving programs for alumni of all ages.”
Each member was presented with a Keystone Society lapel pin, a handsome badge of honor. As well as being able to take great pride in assuring the sustainability of Princeton AlumniCorps, Keystone Society members enjoy invitations to exclusive events, free admission to all ticketed AlumniCorps events, recognition in organizational communications, and more.
To learn more about the Keystone Society, please contact Executive Director Kathleen Reilly at email@example.com 609.921.8808 ext. 2. Please let us know if you have already included Princeton AlumniCorps in your will, we would like to thank and recognize you for your gift.
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