Stevenson offers a full range of planned gift options designed to help you meet your financial and charitable goals while supporting the school and the future of our students. Options include gifts that require no disbursement during your lifetime, gifts that provide you income for the rest of your and your loved ones lives, and ways to help you protect your income and assets.
Everyone - regardless of age or income - can make a planned gift. By including Stevenson in your financial planning, you help ensure that our future Pirates thrive, and through your example, embrace their role as change-makers in the world.
Ways to Give
To help you begin your planning, below are brief descriptions of the different ways you can make a planned gift to Stevenson. To learn more and begin a conversation about your gift to Stevenson, contact Frank Reynolds, planned giving officer, at (831) 625-8254 or email@example.com.
Jules Simoneau and Robert Louis Stevenson: A Lifelong Friendship
Though the School’s namesake, the 19th century Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson, spent only a few months on the Monterey Peninsula in 1879, his experience here proved to be of lasting significance. Arriving weakened by illness and penniless, he relied on the kindness of strangers to regain his health. One of these people--Jules Simoneau--ran a saloon in downtown Monterey. Read more about this unique friendship and why our planned giving society is so aptly named.
For more information on the Simoneau Society and planned gifts, please contact:
Planned Giving Officer
Ph: (831) 625-8254 or firstname.lastname@example.org