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  • Ron and Susie Cockle | Wheaton
    this competitive pricing possible without sacrificing one iota of the excellence that characterizes Wheaton Because of Wheaton I am a stronger Christian and stronger individual I know Wheaton is doing that in the lives of countless students and I give to support that mission A Wheaton education simply would have been out of reach for my family if it weren t for the Wheaton Fund Previous Next Ron and Susie Cockle Parents of Wheaton Alumni Full Story View All Stories Ryan June 08 We10 Associate Full Story View All Stories The Wheaton Fund Students on campus are asked about the Wheaton Fund Full Story View All Stories Home Giving to Wheaton Letters and Stories Ron and Susie Cockle Ron and Susie Cockle Ron and Susie Cockle are Wheaton Associates and parents of Tyler 07 and Ted 09 Menu Your Gift Todd M Beamer Student Center The Impact of the Wheaton Fund The Year in Review Martha Brownlee Ron and Susie Cockle Georgia Douglass Tim and Cindy Jacobson Ryan June Chuck and Helen Kennedy Cynthia Kenyon Paul and Amy Klobucher Bud and Betty Knoedler Stephen and May Lin Tom and Lorie Lindholtz Al and Janet Lindsten Ed and Betsy Pearce Christian and Jewel Magoon Bob and Brenda McDonell George Newitt Matthew Soerens George Stoms Murray and Diane Tabb Elden and Judith von Lehe Paul and Marilyn Ziemer Parents of 2014 Graduates Scholarships Stats Students and the Wheaton Fund Thank You Tuition Freedom Day Wheaton Associates President s Memorandum A Ryken Retrospective Have A Question Call Us 800 525 9906 Email Us development wheaton edu Address Information Wheaton College Advancement 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Fax 630 752 5807 What does the Wheaton Fund do When we began looking at colleges for our sons we were initially surprised that Wheaton offered less financial aid than some of the nation s other top colleges and universities But we quickly realized that the difference in financial aid was greatly mitigated by Wheaton s competitive pricing What does the Wheaton Fund do It helps make this competitive pricing possible without sacrificing one iota of the excellence that characterizes Wheaton s distinguished faculty Christ centered programming and first rate learning resources Wheaton chooses to lower its tuition so that a greater number of students from all walks of life can attend Because of this we ve felt led to give to Wheaton beyond what s been required for our sons educations by regularly supporting the Wheaton Fund through our commitment as Wheaton Associates INVEST IN WHEATON Make a Gift Today LETTERS STORIES Submit Your Story Do you have a story to tell about God s goodness and the Wheaton community We d love to hear from you Submit The Wheaton Fund A Direct Investment Providing affordability to students and excellence in programs the Wheaton Fund directly impacts the lives of students and faculty at Wheaton More Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top About Wheaton Value of a Wheaton Education

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  • Ryan June | Wheaton
    Christian and stronger individual I know Wheaton is doing that in the lives of countless students and I give to support that mission What does the Wheaton Fund do It helps make this competitive pricing possible without sacrificing one iota of the excellence that characterizes Wheaton Wheaton was a life changing experience It changed everything about us Previous Next Ryan June 08 Wheaton Associate Full Story View All Stories Ron and Susie Cockle Parents of Wheaton Alumni Full Story View All Stories Wheaton Associates Wheaton Associates across the country share why they give Full Story View All Stories Home Giving to Wheaton Letters and Stories Ryan June Ryan June Ryan June 08 shares his thanks for Wheaton and explains why he gives to provide for the generations of students to come Menu Your Gift Todd M Beamer Student Center The Impact of the Wheaton Fund The Year in Review Martha Brownlee Ron and Susie Cockle Georgia Douglass Tim and Cindy Jacobson Ryan June Chuck and Helen Kennedy Cynthia Kenyon Paul and Amy Klobucher Bud and Betty Knoedler Stephen and May Lin Tom and Lorie Lindholtz Al and Janet Lindsten Ed and Betsy Pearce Christian and Jewel Magoon Bob and Brenda McDonell George Newitt Matthew Soerens George Stoms Murray and Diane Tabb Elden and Judith von Lehe Paul and Marilyn Ziemer Parents of 2014 Graduates Scholarships Stats Students and the Wheaton Fund Thank You Tuition Freedom Day Wheaton Associates President s Memorandum A Ryken Retrospective INVEST IN WHEATON Make a Gift Today LETTERS STORIES Submit Your Story Do you have a story to tell about God s goodness and the Wheaton community We d love to hear from you Submit Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top About Wheaton Value of a Wheaton Education Wheaton People

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Giving/Letters-and-Stories/June (2016-02-16)
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  • Letters and Stories | Wheaton
    that they would have new resources to take advantage of and that we can be a part of improving the environment there that they can learn in A Wheaton education simply would have been out of reach for my family if it weren t for the Wheaton Fund What does the Wheaton Fund do It helps make this competitive pricing possible without sacrificing one iota of the excellence that characterizes Wheaton Because of Wheaton I am a stronger Christian and stronger individual I know Wheaton is doing that in the lives of countless students and I give to support that mission Previous Next Natia Weathers 19 Natia Weathers 19 and the Wheaton Fund Full Story View All Stories Wheaton Associates Wheaton Associates across the country share why they give Full Story View All Stories Honored to Give Back Pepper Gross 15 thanks Wheaton donors for global opportunities Full Story View All Stories Paul and Amy Klobucher 96 Wheaton Associates Full Story View All Stories The Wheaton Fund Students on campus are asked about the Wheaton Fund Full Story View All Stories Ron and Susie Cockle Parents of Wheaton Alumni Full Story View All Stories Ryan June 08 Wheaton Associate Full Story View All Stories Home Giving to Wheaton Letters and Stories Letters and Stories True stories from the Wheaton Community that bear witness to God s goodness Menu Letters and Stories Your Gift Todd M Beamer Student Center The Impact of the Wheaton Fund The Year in Review Martha Brownlee Ron and Susie Cockle Georgia Douglass Tim and Cindy Jacobson Ryan June Chuck and Helen Kennedy Cynthia Kenyon Paul and Amy Klobucher Bud and Betty Knoedler Stephen and May Lin Tom and Lorie Lindholtz Al and Janet Lindsten Ed and Betsy Pearce Christian and Jewel Magoon Bob and Brenda McDonell George Newitt Matthew Soerens George Stoms Murray and Diane Tabb Elden and Judith von Lehe Paul and Marilyn Ziemer Parents of 2014 Graduates Scholarships Stats Students and the Wheaton Fund Thank You Tuition Freedom Day Wheaton Associates President s Memorandum A Ryken Retrospective Making a Gift Wheaton Fund Gift Planning Foundation Corporate Relations Endowed Scholarships Reunion Giving Meet Your Rep Contact Us Have A Question Call Us 630 752 5415 Email Us development wheaton edu Address Information Wheaton College Advancement 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Fax 630 752 5807 Murray and Diane Tabb Wheaton Associates Murray and Diane Tabb share what Wheaton means to their family More Georgia Douglass Georgia Douglass 70 M A 94 explains why her family chose to establish an endowed scholarship in honor of their parents More Ryan June Wheaton Alumni Ryan June 08 shares how Wheaton prepared him for his future and why he gives to support generations of students to come More Ron and Susie Cockle What is the Wheaton Fund Wheaton Associates and parents of Wheaton alumni Ron and Susie Cockle explain why the Wheaton Fund matters More Matthew Soerens 06 A recent graduate explains why new programs at Wheaton inspired him

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Giving/Letters-and-Stories (2016-02-16)
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  • Making a Gift | Wheaton
    innovation in Christian education Menu Letters and Stories Making a Gift Why Give to Wheaton Make a Gift Today Match Your Gift Wheaton Fund Gift Planning Foundation Corporate Relations Endowed Scholarships Reunion Giving Meet Your Rep Contact Us Have A Question Call Us 800 525 9906 Email Us advancement services wheaton edu Address Information Wheaton College Advancement 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Fax 630 752 5807 There are many ways to invest in Wheaton College Every gift small or large is important Cash The most common way of supporting Wheaton College a cash gift can come in the form of an outright gift a pledge or a planned gift that generates income All cash gifts are tax deductible as provided by law How to make an outright gift More on planned gifts Securities In addition to providing a significant gift donating long term appreciated securities enables you to avoid potential capital gain taxes and receive a charitable income tax deduction More about giving securites Real Estate Gifts of appreciated real estate can have especially attractive tax benefits Real estate does not have to be donated outright but can be transferred to a charitable remainder trust to provide you with lifetime income More about gifts of real estate Matching Gifts Over 8 000 employers offering matching gift programs to Wheaton College providing an easy way to double or triple your gift More about matching gifts Memorial Donations When you make a memorial gift in someone s honor Wheaton will send an acknowledgment to the family or to whomever you specify Our Web site enables you to specify a tribute or memorial donation Or you can always call us at 1 800 525 9906 Endowed Scholarships Endowed scholarships enable you to create an ongoing investment in the College They also introduce a more personal element as they can carry a family name or can be named in honor or memory of a beloved faculty member and they benefit specific students More about endowed scholarships For more information please call 1 800 525 9906 or e mail us at development wheaton edu Bequests Charitable bequest can either be a fixed dollar amount a percentage of the total estate or a percentage of the residual estate Leaving a charitable bequest to Wheaton College is a special way to leave a legacy for future generations More about bequests Planned Gifts A planned gift is a gift made through a revocable trust or will gifts that provide lifetime income to the donor and more complex gifts of real estate and tax deferred retirement assets Planned gifts are popular because of the financial flexibility and tax benefits they provide More about planned gifts Non Cash Gifts Many individuals choose to give through non cash gifts These gifts include real estate securities and retirement plan assets More about non cash gifts INVEST IN WHEATON Make a Gift Today The Wheaton Fund A Direct Investment Providing affordability to students and excellence in programs the Wheaton Fund directly impacts

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Giving/Making-a-Gift (2016-02-16)
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  • Gift Planning | Wheaton
    convinced that Wheaton College had the best estate planning program that could facilitate our needs and provide for our various Kingdom causes I thought of Wheaton s motto For Christ and His Kingdom when deciding to include Wheaton in my will It s something I can count on We are grateful for the academic opportunities that Wheaton provided for us and our family Our trust will assist Wheaton in maintaining strong academic and spiritual standards Previous Next Tim and Cindy Jacobson Blanchard Society Full Story View All Stories Bob and Brenda McDonell Blanchard Society Full Story View All Stories Cynthia Kenyon Blanchard Society Full Story View All Stories Chuck and Helen Kennedy Blanchard Society Full Story View All Stories Home Giving to Wheaton Gift Planning Gift Planning Many alumni and friends use planned gifts to support the ministry of Wheaton College while enjoying benefits such as lifelong income and significant tax deductions Menu Letters and Stories Making a Gift Wheaton Fund Gift Planning Gifts Through Your Estate Life Income Gifts Non Cash Gifts Estate Analysis Services Donor Advised Funds Wheaton College Trust Company N A Blanchard Society Tax Rules Gift Planning Forms Publications Glossary of Terms Foundation Corporate Relations Endowed Scholarships Reunion Giving Meet Your Rep Contact Us Have A Question Call Us 630 752 5332 Email Us gift plan wheaton edu Address Information Gift Planning Services Wheaton College Advancement 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Fax 630 752 5807 What is a planned gift Typically a planned gift is a gift made through a revocable trust or will through gifts that provide lifetime income to the donor or through more complex gifts of real estate and tax deferred retirement assets Why make a planned gift Planned gifts are popular because of the financial flexibility and tax benefits they provide They are also an effective means of Christian stewardship as they redirect assets to ministry that otherwise might be lost in estate taxes capital gains taxes or income taxes Remembering Wheaton in Your Will or Revocable Living Trust Find sample bequest language that you can use to include Wheaton College in your will or revocable living trust More Wheaton College Trust Company Did you know that Wheaton has a national bank Learn how we manage trust arrangements for alumni and friends who plan to benefit Wheaton College More How do I get started Wheaton s Office of Gift Planning Services is pleased to help you plan your gift Attorney Dave Teune is available to provide additional information and assistance Call 630 752 5332 or email Gift Planning Services at gift plan wheaton edu You may also contact your Regional Director of Development with gift planning questions INVEST IN WHEATON Make a Gift Today Gift Annuities Request Your Illustration Fill out a simple form to request a free no obligation customized gift annuity illustration More Gifts of Stock Request Electronic Stock Transfer Instructions Want to make a smart gift of appreciated stock instead of cash Request Wheaton s electronic transfer instructions

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Giving/Gift-Planning (2016-02-16)
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  • Foundation & Corporate Relations | Wheaton
    individual I know Wheaton is doing that in the lives of countless students and I give to support that mission Previous Next Wheaton Associates Wheaton Associates across the country share why they give Full Story View All Stories Ron and Susie Cockle Parents of Wheaton Alumni Full Story View All Stories Ryan June 08 We10 Associate Full Story View All Stories Home Giving to Wheaton Foundation Corporate Relations Foundation Corporate Relations Menu Letters and Stories Making a Gift Wheaton Fund Gift Planning Foundation Corporate Relations Campus Visits Grants at Work Recruiting Endowed Scholarships Reunion Giving Meet Your Rep Contact Us Have A Question Call Us 630 752 5833 Email Us foundations wheaton edu Address Information Institutional Partnerships Wheaton College Advancement 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Welcome One of the goals of the Office of Institutional Partnerships at Wheaton College is to cultivate mutually beneficial relationships between the College and foundations and corporations who share a funding interest in Wheaton s priority projects and programs We secure grant support for Board of Trustee approved funding priorities We help foundations achieve their charitable objectives through partnering in these funding priorities Who works with us Last fiscal year we had the privilege of working with several different types of organizations Private or independent foundations Family foundations Community foundations Corporate foundations Corporate matching gift programs We are grateful Gifts from these organizations including foundation and corporate grants corporate matching gifts and gifts in kind totaled a remarkable 3 692 291 during Fiscal Year 2012 2013 These generous grantors help Wheaton College maintain its strong commitment to ensuring excellence in Christian liberal arts education On behalf of every student who benefits from this grant support thank you Contact Us Learn how we can help you advance your mission Contact Mary Lynn Uitermarkt Director of

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Giving/Foundations (2016-02-16)
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  • Endowed Scholarships | Wheaton
    Giving Meet Your Rep Contact Us Have A Question Call Us 630 752 5415 Email Us development wheaton edu Address Information Endowed Scholarships Related Links Making a Gift Wheaton has attracted some of the most gifted Christian students in the country for over 150 years But today many promising applicants face a hard decision when their choice to attend Wheaton might burden their families with thousands of dollars of debt Since 2006 Wheaton has seen a steady increase in the need for scholarship aid as tuition costs continue to outpace inflation family income and federal tuition assistance Without scholarship aid only the most financially capable students would have access to all that Wheaton offers Wheaton College s endowed scholarship program is one response to this growing need Many of our alumni and friends agree that assisting these young people on their way to becoming whole and effective servants of Jesus Christ is one of the most rewarding investments they will ever make During the 2011 12 school year alone 65 of Wheaton undergraduates benefitted from the scholarship program totaling nearly 5 million of aid You can provide the means for deserving students to enter Wheaton College year after year through an endowed scholarship fund What better way to honor a loved one friend or favorite professor than by investing in the lives of young men and women preparing to be extraordinary workers for Christ and His Kingdom What is an endowed scholarship Endowed scholarships are funds established by individuals families or groups of donors such as alumni reunion classes to provide continual aid to Wheaton College students who have general financial need or who meet established criteria Endowed scholarships may be named in someone s honor for example a friend professor or loved one Those who establish or contribute to an endowed scholarship may be kept informed of the scholarship fund s status through an annual report When a scholarship is fully funded the donors typically receive information about student recipients which helps to convey the real immediate and ongoing impact of the scholarship What does it mean to endow a scholarship When a donor establishes an endowed scholarship fund the gift amount is retained in perpetuity and cannot be spent the revenue from the endowed scholarship fund provides annual awards to students on a continual basis Student awards equal a percentage of an endowed scholarship fund s weighted average of past valuations Any earning in excess of the student award is reinvested into the scholarship fund allowing awards to keep pace with the rate of inflation While each endowed scholarship is accounted separately each scholarship fund s balance is commingled with other college endowment funds increasing its potential for investment return while further strengthening its investment potential How are endowed scholarships awarded Any student who demonstrates financial need is eligible to receive unrestricted endowed scholarships The Financial Aid office distributes these awards according to the award level of each fund and the student recipient s need Unrestricted endowed scholarships

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Giving/Endowed-Scholarships (2016-02-16)
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  • Reunion Giving | Wheaton
    WETN The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Wheaton Center for Faith Politics and Economics Wheaton College Trust Company N A Home Giving to Wheaton Reunion Giving Reunion Giving Come together to support Wheaton students through giving to the Wheaton Fund Menu Letters and Stories Making a Gift Wheaton Fund Gift Planning Foundation Corporate Relations Endowed Scholarships Reunion Giving Alumni Weekend 2015 Class of 2015 Additional Class Gifts Meet Your Rep Contact Us Have A Question Call Us 630 752 5926 Email Us reunion giving wheaton edu Address Information Wheaton College Advancement 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Fax 630 752 5807 Congratulations Thank you for your support and response to the All In for Wheaton Students giving campaign that took place over this past Homecoming Because of your engagement and commitment more students are being equipped and sent out to do the work of the Gospel Please pray for these students and continue giving them your support through the Wheaton Fund where you invest in affordability and excellence You reached the Homecoming 2015 Goal of 40 000 40 000 100 Wheaton Fund amount raised as of October 2015 Highlights of Homecoming 2015 Thank you to all of you who returned to campus for Homecoming Relive the Wheaton colors through the Homecoming photo album and videos More INVEST IN WHEATON Make a Gift Today The Wheaton Fund A Direct Investment Providing affordability to students and excellence in programs the Wheaton Fund directly impacts the lives of students and faculty at Wheaton More Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top About Wheaton Value of a Wheaton Education Wheaton People Mission Statement of Faith and Educational Purpose Community Covenant College Profile Christ Centered Diversity Leadership Technology at Wheaton History Wheaton Worldwide Campus Map and Information Admissions Aid

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Giving/Reunion-Giving (2016-02-16)
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