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The Thompson Society, named in memory of CCSA’s dear friend, Margaret “Peggy” Tucker Thompson, recognizes donors who have planned for the School’s future by naming CCSA Foundation as a beneficiary of a will, retirement plan or life-insurance policy.

Alongside her husband, Pete, Peggy Thompson served as inaugural co-chair of CCSA Foundation's Planned Giving Society, and was one of our earliest and most beloved volunteers. She saw the great promise and worth in Chester’s children and devoted her time, talents, energy and love to helping our students see in themselves the magnificence and greatness she could see. Thompson Society members share and carry forward Peggy’s vision.

Peggy Thompson
Thompson Reading Volunteers

Reading Volunteers, Peggy and Peter Thompson with CCSA Kindergartners

 

Your Gift. Their Future.

A planned gift may enable you to provide CCSA with more significant support than you ever thought possible, while at the same time allowing you to achieve your estate, tax and financial planning goals. 

Discover the benefits of giving wisely...

Thompson Society Members, Corliss and Clay Boggs.

Having spent our careers in the finance industry, we have always planned for our, our family’s, and our community’s future. We are helping to ensure CCSA’s future by donating to the endowment fund and including the School in our will. Knowing we can have a beneficial impact on CCSA both now and over the long-term is our idea of sound financial planning.Corliss & Clay Boggs, Thompson Society Co-Chairs

Recognition

Members are celebrated on a donor wall prominently displayed in CCSA’s main foyer, listed in our Annual Donor Report, and invited to special events throughout the year.

If you have included CCSA in your estate plans, please let us know so we may recognize and honor you. Your gift will set an important leadership example for others!

Let's Work Together

The CCSA Foundation office can help you craft a gift that fulfills your philanthropic and financial goals. To learn more, submit the confidential form below or contact Amy Komarnicki at 610-859-2988, or akomarnicki@ccsafoundation.org.

We also highly recommend that you consult a financial/tax advisor about your specific situation.

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