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Having received a grant from the Educational Foundation, the Transition Program purchased a t-shirt printing machine and launched the business. The New Trier Transition Program’s curriculum focuses on life and vocational skills. It provides a safe environment where students can practice and develop a variety of job skills within the New Trier community beginning in the classroom.

Planned Giving

Whether you would like to put your donation to work today or after your lifetime, you can find a charitable plan that allows you to provide for your family as well as support the New Trier Educational Foundation. We deeply appreciate that such gifts are motivated by an emotional connection and deep commitment to the school and its mission to promote inquiry, service, and compassion. Your gift assures that New Trier will continue to provide challenging academic programs and significant learning opportunities that will shape the minds of future leaders.

We urge you to consult your personal tax and financial advisers concerning the specific consequences of making gifts to the Foundation. We would be pleased to discuss, in confidence, the ways in which you may support the Foundation.

To inform us of your planned gift, or for further information about planned giving opportunities, contact Liz Mayer, CFRE, Executive Director at 847-784-2346 or mayere@newtrier.k12.il.us.

If you name the New Trier Educational Foundation in your plans, please use our full name and Federal Tax ID Number: 26-0040744.

“I give to New Trier Educational Foundation, an Illinois non-profit, Northfield, Illinois, the sum of $_______________ (or ____________ percentage of my estate) to be used by New Trier Educational Foundation by (program or department of your choice). If it is ever impossible, impracticable or inadvisable to administer my gift in exactly the manner set forth above, then my gift may be used in an unrestricted manner in support of the mission of the Foundation.