A reassessment of Robert E. Lee and Ulysses S. Grant, who have come to symbolize the two nations that fought the Civil War.
How has VHS managed for so long to make history come alive for citizens in Virginia and elsewhere?
Who will continue the vital work of educating the next generation once this generation is gone?
Both questions have much the same answer. Bequests and other planned gifts from generations past and present give VHS the necessary resources to keep at bay the constant threats of neglect and apathy.
Generations present and future have the same opportunity. You now have the chance to enter the Virginia Heritage Registry by including VHS in your financial or estate plans.
It’s true. Most people really do have the means to give as they would like to give, simply by planning whatever deferred gift is right for them.
The following patterns have proven especially effective for friends of VHS who have decided to include VHS in their long-range plans:
Gifts that cost nothing during your lifetime: