Make a future gift to PATH and leave a legacy of a healthier world.
How will we be remembered?
What legacy will we leave for future generations? What will they say about us?
That we developed a thousand ringtones?
Or that we ended malaria?
The world is at a turning point. For the first time, advances in science and technology mean that we can imagine a world without malaria, a world where all children receive the basic protection of immunization, a world where global challenges are met with global solutions.
Through your support, you’ve helped create the possibility of a healthier world. Now, we invite you to pledge a future gift to PATH and make sure that your legacy is realized.
In 2007, Erick and Marta Rabins joined the PATH Futures legacy society by making a bequest to PATH—a long-term commitment to a world where health is in reach for all: “The pain and grief that a parent in the developing world would feel if they lost a child is the same . . . Those families deserve the opportunity for good health.”
PATH Futures donors share this commitment to global health equity. As a member of this circle, you will be welcome to join us at select events:
- An annual dinner with PATH’s board of directors.
- Special briefings from PATH’s president.
- President’s Lectures, featuring global health experts from around the world.
- Global health seminars that provide an insider’s view from our staff.
- Our Annual Donor Forum.
With your support, PATH has worked for 30 years to make sure the world keeps looking for answers to its most intractable problems. Your future gift will help sustain our work through another 30 years and beyond—and create a legacy of health for families around the world.
To learn more about the options for a legacy gift, please explore our planned giving section:
- Assigning a bequest through your will.
- Setting up a charitable trust.
- Contributing from a retirement plan.
- Making PATH a beneficiary of your life insurance policy.
For more information, please contact David C. Wu, chief development officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.302.6073.
Photo: PATH/Mike Wang.