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A Bequest to Further Good Work

A Bequest to Further Good Work

Lark Will

(Delta Iota, Emory University)

"Alpha Chi Omega has been such a strong part of my life for a long time." When it came time for Lark Will (Delta Iota, Emory University) to review her estate plan, the question was not whether she should leave something to Alpha Chi Omega, it was where and how much.

"I was the first person in my family to join a sorority, and while Alpha Chi Omega certainly supported me during my college days, I did not know at that time how important it would become to me as an alumna. I've moved all over the country for my job, and my first call in a new city was always to the president of the local Alpha Chi alumnae chapter. I never felt like a stranger in a new town if my sisters were close. I want all women to know that kind of special bond."

In appreciation for what Alpha Chi Omega has given to her, Lark included a provision in her will to help preserve the Real. Strong. Women.® Experience in perpetuity. Including the Alpha Chi Omega Foundation as a partial beneficiary in her bequest afforded Lark the ability to not only support the organization that she loved so much, but also to ensure those she loved were taken care of.

By including Alpha Chi Omega Foundation in her will, Lark has allowed the organization to financially plan for the future, and she will receive the recognition she so deserves.


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