So that the McKee Scholarship can continue to grow and serve additional deserving young men, charitable contributions to the Trust are gratefully received. Indeed, the Court decree that established these scholarships anticipates such contributions and specifically authorizes the Trust to receive them.
The Trust is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a §501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization (and it is listed in IRS Publication 78). Accordingly, contributions made to the Trust are deductible for income tax purposes to the extent permitted by law with respect to contributions to a private foundation.
You may make charitable contributions to the Trust during your lifetime, as well as upon your death. If you would like to make a contribution now, you may do so by completing and mailing in the form below. If you would like to make a contribution to take effect upon your death, you may do so by having your attorney prepare a new Will for you (or by adding a Codicil to your current Will) with a bequest payable to “Trust under Will of John McKee.”
(Gifts in kind, particularly of appreciated securities, insurance policies, etc., may also be arranged. Please contact us for more specific information. At this time, we are not able to accept gifts of tangible property or to offer charitable annuities.)
Yes, I want to help the work of the McKee Scholars with my gift of $___________.
State: ______________________________ Zip: _______________
Phone: _______________________________________ (Optional)
Email: _______________________________________ (Optional)
[ ] I was a McKee Scholar
If so, college attended: ________________________
Year of Graduation: _____________________________
Please print this form, fill in the appropriate blanks, and mail it with your check payable to “Trust under Will of John McKee” to:
c/o Robert J. Stern, Executive Secretary
P.O. Box 144
Merion Station, PA 19066