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A truly great school is the work of generations.

Reaching back to our founding in 1799, each successive generation of Visitation families, alumnae, and friends has left our school stronger than before. Each gifted their minds and spirits, ideas, and resources to improve upon the school they inherited.

Every Visitation student, past and present, has benefited enormously from their vision, leadership, and investment. 

This is the true meaning of legacy. We understand that Visitation doesn’t belong to any of us—it belongs to all of us, and to countless young women yet to come.

Being part of Visitation isn’t just a gift—it’s a responsibility. 

There’s no more meaningful or lasting way to pass on the gift of a Visitation education and strengthen the school that has embraced us all than to make a legacy gift. 

How the Tax Reform Act affects you and your charitable giving.

 

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There are many planned gifts that won’t affect your existing financial resources, but will have a significant impact on Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School. Give to the institution you care so much about, while maintaining control and flexibility.

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The 1799 Society


The 1799 Society recognizes and honors the special donors who have included Georgetown Visitation in their financial and/or estate plans.

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Make a Bequest


A bequest is a gift provision in your will or revocable living trust. All assets, including cash, securities, real estate, and tangible personal property, may be transferred to Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School at the end of your life.

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