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Concrete Legacy Society
The Concrete Legacy Society, established in 2008, is a special group of individuals passionate about the concrete industry who have chosen to make a planned gift to ACI or the ACI Foundation. These donors are helping to ensure that future generations will have access to continued advancements in concrete knowledge — advancements that ACI has been providing since its inception in 1904.
Through the Concrete Legacy Society, donors will be able to make planned gifts to ACI, the ACI Foundation, or specific programs of their choosing. Gifts to either ACI or the ACI Foundation will be applied to areas in the greatest need and where the greatest impact will be realized. Alternatively, donors can request that gifts be made specifically to Student Fellowships and Scholarships, the Innovative Concrete Education (ICE) program, the Concrete Research Council (CRC), the Strategic Development Council (SDC), or other programs of the donors' choosing. Each of these unique opportunities provides donors with options customized to their interests and charitable preferences. Read the following pages to learn more on how you can join the Concrete Legacy Society:
Gift Planning Guide
What to Give
Ways to Give
Meet our Donors
Meet Our Recipients
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If you have questions or concerns regarding your gift or options available to you, or if you would simply like additional information about the Concrete Legacy Society, please contact:
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