Planned Giving

1660 Associates

Hopkins School Seal The 1660 Associates is composed of those who have informed the School that they have included a bequest or created another planned gift that names Hopkins as a beneficiary. Hopkins Grammar School began in 1660 with the first charitable trust in America, and Edward Hopkins' gift of £412 initiated a long tradition of supporting the School through planned giving. Hopkins encourages donors to make provisions in their wills, trusts, or retirement plans for the long-term benefit of the School. Planned gifts, particularly bequests, can have a tremendous impact on Hopkins' future. At Hopkins, the 1660 Associates recognizes the extraordinary generosity of friends of the School who have chosen to remember Hopkins in their wills or through a charitable trust, gift annuity, or life insurance plan.




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