Millersville University's Hobbs-Wickersham Society recognizes the generous
contributions of individuals who ensure the long-term stability and growth
of Millersville University through their estate plans, with gifts of any
amount. The Hobbs-Wickersham Society was inaugurated in 1998, and the
Society includes nearly 400 donors whose gifts totaling more than $35
million support the mission of the University through bequests, life
income, and other estate plans to benefit Millersville University students.
Members of the Hobbs-Wickersham Society make an impact for future students through planned gifts by creating new scholarships, funding lectures, providing for library acquisitions, establishing opportunities for research, contributing to athletics, and assisting in countless other areas. The name of the Hobbs-Wickersham Society recognizes two leaders who were instrumental in founding what today is Millersville University, Reverend Lewis M. Hobbs and Dr. James P. Wickersham.
The generosity of Hobbs-Wickersham Society members to invest in the students at Millersville University provides extraordinary opportunities for generations of future students. In appreciation of the contributions of Hobbs-Wickersham Society members, the University hosts a variety of events, receptions, shows and lectures to which members are invited.
To learn more about leaving a legacy at Millersville University, please contact the Development Office at 717-871-7520 or by email at Planned.Giving@millersville.edu.
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If you are interested in learning about ways you can support our organization or how to maximize the impact of your giving, we have a number of resources to assist you.
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If you have included or are considering including a gift to Millersville University Foundation as part of your estate plan or in the form of another gift, please let us know.