Empower Your Legacy

June 08, 2021

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Article from our 2021 Summer Fulcrum News

What kind of legacy do we want to leave behind?

The Fulcrum Foundation Legacy Society empowers donors to create a legacy of giving that will support students in the Archdiocese of Seattle for generations to come. Members of the Legacy Society include Fulcrum in their estate plans, ensuring that their philanthropic priorities will be continued long into the future.

Mary Ann Boulanger and her late husband, Dick, supported Fulcrum from the very beginning. “In 2002, we were honored when Archbishop Brunett asked for our support with the inception of the Fulcrum Foundation,” Mary Ann said. “There had never been a coordinated way to promote and support Catholic education in the archdiocese before.”

Mary Ann and Dick were both products of Catholic education in the Archdiocese of Seattle. They felt blessed that their children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren have also experienced the privilege of Catholic education. For the Boulangers, it was important to continue supporting the education system that had given them so much.

That’s when they joined Fulcrum’s Legacy Society. “By naming the Fulcrum Foundation as a beneficiary in our will, Dick and I will continue to support Catholic education for future generations to come. And we are honored to do so.”

To learn more about including Fulcrum in your estate plans, contact Conne McGlynn Bruce at conne.bruce@fulcrumfoundation.org.