Charles Harrington Legacy Fund

The William Alanson White Institute is indebted to those in our community who care about the future of Interpersonal psychoanalysis at our institute and are including us in long-range charitable plans. The Legacy Society honors our Trustee, Chuck Harrington, PhD, for over 40 years of service to our Board. Chuck joined the Board in 1978, is Chairman Emeritus and President Emeritus, and is currently an Honorary Trustee. His devotion to our institute and its traditions, and his role in guiding us through good times and bad, has shaped us in profound ways. Your legacy gift will continue our tradition of excellence in scholarship, training and service to the community. We welcome all gifts, regardless of their size.

Why donate to WAWI? Charitable gifts are an important aspect of estate tax planning, a way to shield appreciated assets from the IRS. There are many ways to make planned gifts: Make a bequest in a will or trust; name WAWI as a beneficiary of a retirement plan; make a gift from a donor advised fund; make a direct contribution from a retirement plan; donate stock; or create a charitable life income arrangement. Your legacy gift can take the form of an unrestricted gift, a restricted bequest, or an endowed fund.

If you make a beneficiary gift, please let us know and you will be invited to join our Legacy Society. Perhaps you’ve already named WAWI in your charitable plans. If so, please contact Rich Herman to let us know the details: or 212-873-0725, ext 20. All information regarding planned gifts is held in the strictest of confidence and you can choose to have your gift remain anonymous

Please see the attached Advisor page for assistance with making stock donations, bequest language for wills, and general information needed to all gifts to the Legacy Society. For contingent, residual or other types of bequest language, please contact: Rich Herman.

Thank you for considering a charitable gift to WAWI, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis & Psychology 20 West 74th Street, New York, NY 10023 | (212) 873-0725