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Legacy giving has its rewards ...

Have you ever considered providing a legacy gift to support your love of public broadcasting and WUSF? There's a group of like-minded supporters of WUSF who do just that. It's the WUSF Legacy Society.

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What is the WUSF Legacy Society?

"The Legacy Society honors the people who care so deeply about the future of public broadcasting that they have made a commitment to the station through their estate," says Scott Nolan, WUSF Public Broadcasting development officer. Legacy gifts include:

* Bequests from a will or trust.

* Gift annuities and other life income gifts.

* Retirement plans or life insurance policies naming WUSF as a beneficiary.

The Benefits of Legacy Society Membership.

In addition to the knowledge that your philanthropic gift will have far-reaching effects on the future of public broadcasting in the Tampa Bay area, you'll also receive invitations to special events, including the annual USF President's Council Legacy Society Luncheon. Legacy Society members attended the 2007 luncheon on Feb. 14 in the USF College of Nursing Atrium. Hosted by President Judy Genshaft, the luncheon speaker was USF Health Chief of Cardiology Dr. Anne Curtis.

Other membership benefits include a tour of WUSF and lunch with WUSF staff, access to the WUSF Video Lending Library, optional on-air recognition of your generosity and inclusion in the USF President's Council.

It's Easy to Find Out More.

To find out more about the WUSF Legacy Society and the opportunities for estate giving, contact Scott Nolan at (813) 974-8625 or e-mail him at snolan@wusf.org or go to www.wusf.org/legacysociety
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