Consider Becoming a Part of Our Legacy Society

The Legacy Society is for alumni, parents and other friends of Brophy who wish to further our mission to educate young men to become Men for Others. You become a Legacy Society member by naming Brophy College Preparatory as a beneficiary of your Will, Life Insurance, Trust or Retirement Plan.
All legacy gifts are placed into the Brophy Endowment where the earnings are used annually to provide financial aid to students with verified need.
Including Brophy College Preparatory in your estate plan is a great way to:
  • Have a lifetime impact on the next generation of Men for Others;
  • Inspire future alumni to leave a legacy
Including Brophy in your estate planning ensures that your legacy will live on in our future generations of Jesuit-educated Men for Others

Get Started Below by Letting Us Know
How You Would Like to Participate

Be sure to consult your tax advisor before making a planned gift.
If you have questions about legacy giving, 
please contact Chief Development Office Steve Beaird.
602-264-5291, ext. 6250 |

Planned Giving Options

Include Brophy College Preparatory as a specific dollar amount or percentage beneficiary.
Name Brophy College Preparatory as a remainder beneficiary of an existing policy by simply asking your agent for a change of beneficiary form.
Name Brophy College Preparatory as a beneficiary. If you are 70 ½ or older, you can make a qualified charitable distribution of up to $100,000 per year to Brophy without paying tax on the distribution.
Consider giving appreciated assets to Brophy College Preparatory. For gifts of securities, you can deduct the full fair market value and avoid paying capital gains tax on the appreciation, up to 30% of Adjusted Gross Income.
Susan and Wally Chester
"Susan and I believe that the Brophy
educational mission and spiritual
teachings are the answer
to today’s drifting, values-challenged
young people. We have chosen
to keep giving after our passing
to affirm our commitment to this belief."
~ Wally Chester, Trustee Emeritus