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"To try to make the world in some way better than you found it is to have a noble motive in life." - Andrew Carnegie
The Carnegie Circle was established to recognize those who have remembered the Saint Andrew's Society of the State of New York in their wills and estate planning.
Planned gifts may be in any amount and may take the form of a cash bequest, appreciated assets such as stocks, or life insurance. Such gifts strengthen the endowment and ensure that the Society can continue to fulfill its mission now and well into the future.
To be a member of the Carnegie Circle, contact the Office of the Society. You need only indicate that you have included Saint Andrew's Society of the State of New York in your will or estate plan.
For those who have already included the Society in your estate planning, please contact the Office to ask that your name be added to the list of Members. Anonymous listings are also available.
Scottish American industrialist and philanthropist, Andrew Carnegie, is one of the Society's greatest benefactors. His donations remain the largest gifts in the Society's history. Andrew Carnegie served as the Society's 45th President, 1899-1902.
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