PLANNED & ESTATE GIVING
Planned & Estate Giving
Donors who include Holland Hall in their estate plans ensure our mission for years to come. Grandparents, parents, alumni, and friends who make legacy gifts to Holland Hall play a key role in the school’s fiscal stability. Estate gifts build the endowment, a perpetual fund that provides income essential to financial support for all aspects of Holland Hall. The School’s current endowment exists largely because of the generosity and forethought of past alumni and supporters who included Holland Hall in their wills and trusts.
As a significant priority of the Enhancing Our Common Ground Campaign, planned and estate giving options will offer donors the ability to increase their overall support of the campaign by including a gift to be realized in the future.
The James and Leta Chapman Bequest Society
Holland Hall recognizes donors who include the School in their estate plans by extending to them membership in the James and Leta Chapman Bequest Society. Members are honored for their vision and commitment to ensuring the future of Holland Hall.
Holland Hall and nearly 60 Tulsa-area non-profit agencies partner together to secure the services of The Advancement Group through the Tulsa Community Foundation’s Planned Giving Partnership Program. The Advancement Group offers financial- and gift-planning services, at no charge to members of the Holland Hall community.
To learn more, please contact Margie Harned Diaz ’82 at or (918) 879-4720.
For more information or to schedule a complimentary consultation with the Advancement Group, please contact Chris Miller/CRFE at or (918) 491-0079.