Volume 18 • Issue 1
Southwestern @ Georgetown
“My undergraduate education transformed my life. I want the charitable gifts I designate to Southwestern to do the same for students of the future.”
Planned Giving
Edward L. Kain

Dr. Ed Kain, professor of sociology and University Scholar, admits that he came from a family of limited means. “Scholarship support made it possible for me to attend a small liberal arts college like Southwestern. If I can help students in the way that I was helped when I was an undergraduate, then my estate planning will have been a success.”

“I believe that higher education is the major way in which individual lives can be improved, and by which our society can become a better place for future generations. Like most middle-class Americans, my major asset is my retirement plan. I ultimately hope to be able to make a significant gift to Southwestern.”

Planned Gifts

If you will be 65 before June 2009, and have named Southwestern in your will or trust, your gift may be counted toward Thinking Ahead: The Southwestern Campaign.

To receive more information on estate planning or to notify Southwestern of your charitable gift intentions, contact April Hampton Perez ’89, senior director of gift and estate planning, at 800-960-6363 or pereza@southwestern.edu.