Join our Chairman of the Wilberforce Legacy Society Ed Meese, former Attorney General of the United States, by pledging to a planned gift today!


Wilberforce Legacy Society

With a planned gift to the Trinity Forum, you can leave a legacy of transforming leaders, and through them, our culture. A variety of giving mechanisms will help support the mission and work of the Trinity Forum, as well as provide a variety of benefits to you and your family. Contact us at or 202.944.9881 to join today!

Possible Benefits of Your Charitable Planned Gift
  • Make a larger charitable gift than you thought possible
  • Increase your current income
  • Reduce your income tax and/or capital gains tax
  • Provide for your heirs at a reduced cost
  • Leave a charitable legacy for future generations
Benefits of Joining the Wilberforce Legacy Society

In celebration of William Wilberforce’s model of enduring cultural transformation through thoughtful, engaged public faith, the Wilberforce Legacy Society exists to honor and thank those who include The Trinity Forum in their will or trust. Upon your notification that you’ve included The Trinity Forum in a planned gift, we’ll automatically begin your lifetime Wilberforce Legacy Society membership. Benefits of membership include but are not limited to:

  • Special recognition at selected events and a Wilberforce lapel pin to wear to events
  • Wilberforce Legacy Society Member gifts, including slipcases with our full Readings collection
  • A free lifetime membership in the Trinity Forum Society (including a lifetime subscription to our quarterly Trinity Forum Readings, daily “What We’re Reading” updates, and exclusive podcast interviews with leading thinkers)
  • A complimentary lifetime gift membership to share with the recipient of your choice
What to Give

Any of the following items can be donated to the Trinity Forum through a planned gift:

  • Cash
  • Personal property (land, homes, art, boats)
  • Appreciated securities/stock
  • Retirement funds
  • Insurance policies
  • Business interest
Member Testimonial

The Trinity Forum speaks to the big issues of life that strike a chord with people regardless of the points of view they hold or various stages of belief they find themselves in. This is why I have remained committed to their mission since 1991.”
–Ed Meese