The Charles Lewis Beach Society
The Charles Lewis Beach Society was named for a man of foresight and good works whose love for UConn extended beyond his lifetime. Those of you who, like Beach, intend to support UConn for years to come are invited to join the Society.
There are no dues, obligations, or solicitations to join the Charles Lewis Beach Society. It’s our way of thanking you for making a planned gift to UConn. As a member, you will receive:
- An invitation to the Annual Charles Lewis Beach Society Luncheon
- Invitations to special events and seminars
- A subscription to our planned giving newsletter
Once you inform us that you have included a gift for UConn in your plans, you will be recognized as a member of the Charles Lewis Beach Society.
The Beach Legacy at UConn
The Charles Lewis Beach Society is the namesake of Charles Lewis Beach, a man of foresight and good works whose concern and love for the University of Connecticut and its students extended far beyond his lifetime. In so honoring him, we recognize those who similarly make provisions in their wills and other estate and planned gifts to The University of Connecticut Foundation, Inc. for the benefit of the University.
President Beach is remembered in part for his role as teacher and leader of what was, in 1908, the young Connecticut Agricultural College. Through his will, he also honored his late wife Louise by providing support for student enrichment and for the institution that was to grow into the University.
Today, the Louise Crombie Beach Memorial Collection of Art and the Louise Crombie Beach Memorial Foundation, made possible through lifetime and planned gifts by President Beach, continue to enrich the lives of students and the University community alike.
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