Considering a Legacy Gift?Today's Assets, Tomorrow's Students
We are delighted to discuss with you the possibilities of creating a legacy gift that will have a profound and enduring impact on students and schools in San Antonio ISD. We are here to collaborate with you in creating an endowment using your current assets, ensuring support for students indefinitely. Additionally, we can discuss planned giving alternatives to enable you to make a lasting gift from your future assets.
Additionally, by filling out a quick beneficiary designation form or change of beneficiary form online or in paper with the company with whom your policies are held, you can name the SAISD Foundation as a beneficiary or contingent beneficiary of an existing account and become a part of the Bernal Dever Legacy Society today.
If you are considering a legacy gift, please contact Judy Geelhoed at (210) 554-2235 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss this opportunity. Legacy gifts can be made to benefit all students or students in a particular school or program. Gifts supporting student scholarships or programs are both possible.
Have you considered designating the SAISD Foundation as a beneficiary or partial beneficiary of an annuity, 401B, 401K, Roth IRA, IRA, TRS, or life insurance policy?
Make sure you use our legal name: San Antonio Foundation for Excellence in Education, Inc. DBA SAISD Foundation and Tax ID number 74-2861587 on your paperwork and download the Bernal Dever Legacy Society Membership Form and submit so we can recognize you.
Joe Bernal, Lanier High School Alumnus
Dorothy and Rudy Davila, Owners Davila Pharmacy
Dolores Greiner, Friend of SAISD Foundation, Former Educator
Armando Lopez, Jr. and Ana Campos de Lopez, Lanier High School Alumnus
Genevieve and Sam Rodriguez, Lanier High School Alumni
Douglas Dever, Former SAISD Employee, Deceased
Gerardo Hernandez, Lanier High School Alumnus
Carol Lee Jones, Brackenridge High School Alumnus, Deceased
Judy Geelhoed, SAISD Foundation Founding Executive Director
Sally Ryden, Friend of SAISD Foundation, Education Volunteer