Planned estate gifts to the French Cultural Center may include cash, securities, real estate, tangible personal property such as jewelry and works of art, or anything else of monetary value. You might consider making the Center the beneficiary of your life insurance policy, Individual Retirement Account and/or other accounts that permit you to name a beneficiary. In many cases, planned gifts can provide tax/financial benefits for you and your family. To learn more on how to make a planned gift to the Center, please consult our Planned Giving Information Packet.
Katharine Lane Weems SocietyWhen you inform us that you have made a planned gift to the Center, you become a member of the Katharine Lane Weems Society. The society is named for the noted Boston sculptor who set the precedent for planned giving to the Center by bequeathing her home at 53 Marlborough Street to serve as our headquarters. Donors in this society are recognized every year in the Center’s annual report.
Once you include the French Cultural Center in your estate plan, please notify us by completing and returning the form in our Planned Giving Information Packet.