Planned Giving

Frederic William Marshall, first administrator of Wachovia, an expert on planning for the future

The successful start of Wachovia in the wilderness of Piedmont North Carolina would not have been possible without three things: the assurance of faith, a practicality to adjust to unexpected change, and organized planning to guide the community back to its vision for itself.

A key to the Archives’ ability to plan and grow our future of stewardship and service is through the assurance of your planned financial gifts. Gifts include bequests in estates and charitable trusts; but gifts also can include annuities and donor advised funds. The Archives partners with the Moravian Ministries Foundation of America to provide gift planning resources for our donors.