Haydn Williams Legacy Society
Current Members and Households
Those who have made or planned a legacy gift to The Asia Foundation are invited to be part of the Haydn Williams Legacy Society.
“72 SEASONS’ MOONS” Micronized Pure Silver, Natural Indigo, Wood Panel 96 x 108 in (244 x 274 cm) 2020; the right to use this original artwork generously given to The Asia Foundation by the artist Miya Ando.
‡ In memoriam
Ambassador F. Haydn Williams served as President of The Asia Foundation from 1964-1989. In honor of the late ambassador, the Foundation established the Haydn Williams Legacy Society to recognize generous donors who have given or made plans to give funds from their estate to expand income-generating funds that provide long-lasting support for the Foundation’s programs. Together, these critical funds serve as The Asia Foundation’s Endowment Fund, established through the leadership and generosity of select trustees, volunteers, donors, and staff.
A robust Haydn Williams Legacy Society provides the Foundation flexibility to pilot and innovate new programs, as well as to continue to deliver life-enriching programs during economic downturns, when this work is most critical. By remembering The Asia Foundation in your estate planning, you reaffirm that change can only start with you.
Building a legacy
Legacy gifts can be made through your will, trust, retirement plan, insurance policy, real property, or other assets. Gifts may offer estate tax benefits, and some gifts can provide current income.
For information about how to include The Asia Foundation in your will or estate plans, please contact us at [email protected].