Leaving a Legacy for JA Students
Posted in: Support
Did you know that a bequest is a great way to carry on supporting the causes that matter to you for decades to come? Here’s why Karen Quick, a JA alumna, valued board member and dedicated member of the JA family, has chosen to include JA in her legacy plans:
“Being a Junior Achievement student through four years of high school afforded me the opportunity to learn from business advisors and mentors what it takes to be successful in my personal life, business and the world. Paying that forward, I have seen the positive impact today’s classroom programs have made on my own children, their friends and other students across the state. Junior Achievement plays an important role expanding the exposure students have to educational resources and business people who can provide additional perspectives of how each student can design their path to success. For this reason, I am personally committed through my time and financial resources to supporting this imperative organization in achieving and exceeding their mission today and into the future by volunteering in the classroom, giving annually and making Junior Achievement a part of my legacy plan.”
As you are considering your own legacy, please consider making a gift to JA that will continue to impact the futures of AZ students for generations to come.
If you’d like to learn more about joining our Heritage Society and including Junior Achievement of Arizona in your will or estate plan, please contact Sam Alpert, our Chief Development Officer, at 480.219.0212.
If you have already listed Junior Achievement of Arizona as a beneficiary in your will, please let us know so that we may properly recognize you and your commitment to equipping Arizona’s future.