The Legacy Society recognizes and honors those individuals who have included the Bryn Mawr Hospital Foundation in their long-term financial and estate plans through a bequest provision in their will, by establishing a life-income gift, or through another form of deferred gift.

A deferred, planned gift to the Bryn Mawr Hospital Foundation as part of a family’s estate plan provides a meaningful way of extending personal gratitude and appreciation to Bryn Mawr Hospital, and of making a significant legacy gift that may not have been possible at an earlier stage of life. Such gifts offer certain tax benefits and can also provide advantages such as a lifetime income to the donor or others.

Membership courtesies

  • Assistance accessing and navigating hospital services
  • Special invitations to exclusive Bryn Mawr Hospital events throughout the year
  • Exclusive membership pin
  • Complimentary subscription to Bryn Mawr Hospital publications and insider updates from the president
  • Recognition in the Bryn Mawr Hospital Foundation’s Annual Report to Donors (Requests for anonymity will be honored)
  • The satisfaction of making a gift that will provide critical support for Bryn Mawr Hospital’s future

Unrestricted deferred gifts will be directed where they are needed most. However, you may also designate your deferred gift to a particular program or department of the hospital, such as nursing excellence and education, physician leadership, or any of many funds supporting specific health care programs. Your commitment will help inspire and heal patients of all ages at Bryn Mawr Hospital for generations to come.

Learn more about the Legacy Society

How to join

Please complete and return the Legacy Intention Form.

Membership in the Legacy Society is granted to those individuals who have made a planned gift to the Bryn Mawr Hospital Foundation in one or more of the following ways:

  • A bequest in the form of a percentage of an estate, a specific dollar amount, or a specific asset such as securities, closely-held stock, real estate or tangible personal property (like jewelry or art)
  • Gifts that provide life income, such as Charitable Remainder Trusts or Charitable Gift Annuities
  • Gifts of Qualified Retirement Plans, such as IRAs and 401K plans
  • Gifts of real estate through retained life estate arrangements
  • Gifts made through Charitable Lead Trusts