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NNU donors honored at Legacy Partners Breakfast

November 18, 2011, 10:21 am
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Hosted for friends of the University who have arranged to make a planned gift to NNU via a charitable trust, a charitable gift annuity or a bequest in their will, the Legacy Partners Breakfast has become a new tradition to the Homecoming & Family Weekend.

When asked why he gives to Northwest Nazarene University, Charles Reich, a donor from Idaho Falls, says, “We believe the Church of the Nazarene is doing it right. We want to help students get an education so they can go into ministry.”

There are over 240 donors that give to the Endowment Fund. Without these donations of money, stocks or property, many students would not be able to attend the University. Anyone interested in donating to NNU’s Endowment Fund, please go to www.nnu.giftplans.org or if you would like to speak with someone about arranging your estate plan in order to leave a gift to NNU, please call (208)467-8423.


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