Planned Giving

Making a Legacy Gift to Pi Kappa Phi through the Foundation helps to ensure the continued strength of the fraternity.
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Support Pi Kappa Phi through Your Estate Plans

Since its founding in 1904, Pi Kappa Phi has developed and prepared young men to lead in their chapters, campuses and local communities. Through a planned gift, you can leave a legacy that will advance the story of leadership and service that our Founders began. No matter the amount, planned gifts allow you to make a continuous impact even after you have been called to the Chapter Eternal.

Making a bequest to Pi Kappa Phi is simple. You can give through your life insurance policy, real estate, will or revocable trust or qualified retirement plan. For more information, please download our estate and charitable giving guide.

When you are ready to finalize your estate plans, our estate planning workbook can be a useful tool in collecting the necessary information to ensure your charitable intentions are fulfilled.

Gateway Society

Members of the Gateway Society reaffirm their belief in the Fraternity while helping to underwrite the future educational programming of the organization. Members and friends of Pi Kappa Phi who include the Foundation in their estate plans, name the Foundation as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy or include the Foundation in another legacy gift instrument, are eligible for the Gateway Society.  If you have already named Pi Kappa Phi Foundation in your estate plans and would like to notify us of your intentions, please fill out the Gateway Society enrollment form.

If you have any questions or would like to join the Gateway Society, please contact Steve Esworthy, chief advancement officer, at 980.318.5366.


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