CSF’s Founders’ Legacy Society: Providing Educational Opportunity for Generations to Come
The founders of Children’s Scholarship Fund, Ted Forstmann and John Walton, left a profound legacy when they established a program in 1998 empowering low-income parents to choose a better academic path for their children.
By joining CSF’s Founders’ Legacy Society with a gift through your will or estate, you will be ensuring the continuation of Ted and John’s mission of expanding educational opportunities for all children for years to come.
Planned gifts to Children’s Scholarship Fund may include:
- Leaving a simple bequest in your will, achievable by inserting the following language into your will: “I give and bequeath the sum of dollars US ($ ) or % of the residue of my estate to The Childrens Scholarship Fund (EIN: 13-4002189), New York, NY.”
- Naming CSF as a beneficiary of your insurance policy or retirement plan. To help you get started, we invite you to use FreeWill: a free, online estate planning tool that makes it simple and accessible to write your legal will. It also makes it easy to include language to create your legacy with Children’s Scholarship Fund. Click here to get started.
To make a planned gift, please contact your attorney or retirement or insurance plan administrator and provide them with the following information:
Legal Name: The Childrens Scholarship Fund
Address: 8 West 38th Street, Suite 804, New York, NY 10018
Employer Identification Number (EIN): 13-4002189
If you or your financial advisor have any questions or need additional information, please contact Michele Mitola at 212-515-7108 or email@example.com.
Please note that the information on this site is not intended to provide legal or tax advice. Prospective donors should consult with their own tax or legal advisors prior to making a planned gift.