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1746 Society members

Princeton gratefully acknowledges those alumni, parents and friends who support the University through planned gifts with membership in the 1746 Society, named for the year the University was chartered.

If you are a member of the 1746 Society currently, thank you! Your generosity links your legacy to Princeton’s future.

If you have remembered Princeton in your estate plan and have not told us about it, please do — we want to thank you with 1746 Society membership. Members receive a tiger-in-profile logo pin, and with your permission, acknowledgment in publications including the annual “Gifts to Princeton” publication.

All information is kept in strictest confidence. We are here to help you; contact the Office of Planned Giving at 609.258.6318 or email 1746soc@princeton.edu for more information.

Pictured above, from left, Victoria Baum Bjorklund ’73, William Zabel ’58, T. Randolph “Randy” Harris ’72, and Jennifer Jordan McCall ’78. Bjorklund, Harris, and Jordan McCall are co-chairs of the Planned Giving Advisory Council; Zabel is an emeritus chair.

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