Planned Giving

Join the legacy of the FISA Foundation by making a donation

We know you share our commitment to building a community where people with disabilities, women, and girls reach their full potential, are safe and healthy, and are able to participate fully in community life. However, it is difficult to make a difference alone. You are invited to join our other donor partners to help ensure that FISA Foundation maintains its capacity to advance the interests of women, girls and people with disabilities in perpetuity.

For over a century, the FISA Foundation and its predecessor organization, the Federation of Independent School Alumnae, have committed to changing attitudes and increasing opportunities in our region. You do not have to be wealthy to help us continue this legacy. Including a bequest provision in your will or trust allows FISA to prepare confidently for the future and can provide you or your loved ones with lifetime income and significant tax benefits. If you would like more information, please contact us, call us at 412-456-5550 or contact your attorney or estate planner.

FISA also welcomes general donations, recognition as a beneficiary on life insurance policies, gifts from Individual Retirement Accounts, and memorial or tribute contributions. To donate through United Way, use Contributor Choice #1643616. Your gifts are tax deductible to the extent provided by law and will be acknowledged in our annual report unless designated to be anonymous.

We appreciate your support. Every gift, large or small, helps to advance FISA Foundation’s distinctive mission. By helping us meet the future with an increased endowment, you will ensure that subsequent generations will continue to benefit from the work of our grantees.

Second Century Society

Donors who have made deferred gifts to FISA Foundation through their wills, trusts, insurance or estate plans

  • Francine D. Abraham
  • Mary “Dee” Delaney
  • Margaret Mary Kimmel
  • Deborah W. Linhart
  • Patricia L. Michaud
  • Kristy Trautmann

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