"Tax-Free" Giving Option Benefits Donor and College
Dr. Alley has always understood the importance of education. His parents, who emigrated to the United States from Lebanon, stressed academics and the importance of giving back. Now semi-retired, Dr. Alley has had a distinguished medical career spanning almost 50 years and a long record of public service and charitable efforts. He has also participated in numerous medical missions to third world countries.
He became a member of the King's College Board of Directors in 2006 and was quickly impressed by the College and its senior staff. "Being a board member convinced me that King's was deserving of my time and financial resources."
Dr. Alley recently took advantage of a "tax free" giving option. "My accountant, pension plan advisors and the staff at King's all informed me of this opportunity. Given the economic downturn of the last year, I thought this was a good way to make my gift to King's College."
This is an excellent time to create a named scholarship endowment or other type of legacy at King's College. For information contact either Frederick A. Pettit, Esquire '96 at 570-208-5882, firstname.lastname@example.org or Bill Lynn at 570-208-5946, WilliamLynn@kings.edu.
Published Fall 2009
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