“I’ve had more joy and more peace in the last four years than I’ve ever had in my life,” says Randy Elrod, who, along with his wife Gina, made a legacy commitment to support psychedelic research.
With thoughtful planning, you can leave a meaningful legacy to Johns Hopkins. Popular ways to make a legacy gift are through a will or trust. Your gift can support any area of Johns Hopkins, augment your current giving, and even establish an endowed fund.
How it works:
If you’re considering a gift to Johns Hopkins in your plans, it is best to contact the Office of Gift Planning at 800-548-1268 or email@example.com. You can also get information about naming Johns Hopkins as a beneficiary of a retirement plan.
To learn more, view the will and trust information sheet.