Planned Giving

The Pinehurst Society

Named for the East Falls farm that became the site of the majority of our present-day campus, the Pinehurst Society was established to recognize those alumni, parents and friends who have generously provided for Penn Charter through a planned gift or bequest. This includes those loyal supporters who have named Penn Charter as a beneficiary in wills, trusts or life insurance policies or who participate in our Gift Annuity, Charitable Remainder Trust or Pooled Income Fund programs. These gifts strengthen the school's endowment in areas such as general support, faculty support, financial aid and facility enhancement.

Contact Shannon Makhija, smakhija@penncharter.com or 215-844-3460 ext. 128, to discuss the gift planning options that protect your assets for you and your family, but can also transform the lives of Penn Charter students.

Thinking about planned giving? Have a conversation.

 

Pinehurst Society Stories

Brotherly Love

Ted Cushmore OPC '58 and his brother Steve OPC '64 have stepped forward to make a joint gift to Penn Charter’s splendid new baseball facility.

  • Alumni
  • Athletics
  • baseball
  • Donor Profile
  • Gift Announcement
  • OPC
  • pinehurst
  • Planned Giving
"It's Payback Time"

Joe Torg OPC '53 and his wife, Barbara, establish the Joe Torg OPC' 53 Scholarship Fund at Penn Charter, in gratitude for his transformative experience there.

  • Alumni Profile
  • Donor Profile
  • Financial Aid
  • Financial Sustainability
  • OPC
  • Planned Giving
Jules Rauch OPC ’56: Lasting Impact

Safeguarding the future of Penn Charter means taking the long view, which is exactly what Jules Rauch OPC ’56 intended when he signed his $2 million bequest to PC.

  • Donor Profile
  • Endowed Gift
  • Financial Sustainability
  • Gift Announcement
  • OPC
  • pinehurst
  • Planned Giving
  • Program
  • Quakerism
  • Space
  • Teaching
  • Time
In His Lifetime

Richard P. Brown Jr. OPC ’38 accelerated his $1.5 million bequest to Penn Charter to help build the Kurtz Center for the Performing Arts, saying that he wanted to see the money put to use during his lifetime. And he did.

  • Donor Profile
  • Endowed Gift
  • Financial Sustainability
  • OPC
  • Planned Giving
  • Program
  • Space
  • Teaching