One of the most impactful ways to leave a lasting legacy at Roger Bacon High School is through a planned gift. Your gift will ensure that countless Spartans receive the same Franciscan values taught since 1928 and allows the school to continue its mission of “developing the hearts, minds, and bodies of its young men and women in a caring and challenging environment.”
The Fr. Andrew Fox Society was formed in 1992 to help secure the future of Roger Bacon High School and ensure that generations of students receive a quality Franciscan education. Named after former teacher and principal, Fr. Andrew Fox, OFM, who served the school faithfully for over seventeen years, individuals in the Fr. Andrew Fox Society have made a generous commitment to Roger Bacon through their wills or other planned gifts.
Membership in the Fr. Andrew Fox Society is extended to individuals who establish gift in their estate plans to benefit the school and its mission. Planned giving, by definition, is any major gift, made now or after your lifetime as part of your overall financial and/or estate planning. Planned gifts can provide significant tax benefits to the donor. These gifts often include appreciated assets, retirement assets, and estate assets. Gift plans recognized by the Fr. Andrew Fox Society include gifts from a will, IRA and retirement fund, and trust provisions benefiting Roger Bacon, in addition to a wide array of other possibilities.
If you are interested in becoming a member of this vital organization or have already made a planned gift to Roger Bacon, please let us know so we can recognize your generosity. Please email Steve Schad at email@example.com or call in 513-641-1300.
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