Bruce House Society
The Bruce House Society is a planned giving program which recognizes those who have given a portion of their estate or have made arrangements to include ASL or the ASL Foundation in their plans. Established in 2006, the Bruce House Society is named for ASL benefactor David K. Bruce, US Ambassador from 1961-69, who was instrumental in helping ASL acquire and develop the St. John’s Wood campus.
With their generosity, Society members help to maintain financial health to secure a tradition of academic excellence and they play an essential role in ensuring the mission endures for future generations of students.
Options for planned giving
Below are different options that may work best for you to make an impactful contribution.*
- Outright gift of cash or appreciated securities
- Gift from your will or living trust
- Beneficiary designations
- Bequests of real property
- Charitable trusts created in lifetime or by will
- Qualified retirement plan benefits
*Please consult an attorney, financial planner or tax advisor to discuss what options are best for you.