Thomas Roe was a successful businessman, generous philanthropist, and a man who consistently rolled up his sleeves to get a job done.
He was also SPN’s founding chairman.
After years of success in building free-market think tanks at the national level, Tom led the charge to help the states develop their own engines of liberty — an aspiration that President Reagan himself encouraged Tom to pursue. Tom devoted both his time and his treasure to establishing SPN in 1992 and helping it succeed in its early years.
Tom’s considerable legacy is everything you associate with SPN today: a state-by-state strategy that safeguards our core values through policy solutions that advance liberty, innovation, and opportunity for all.
We invite you to leave a legacy to future generations, too. By including SPN in your estate plans, you ensure that your children and grandchildren will thrive in an environment in which personal freedom, economic liberty, the rule of law, property rights, and limited government are upheld and strong. Making a legacy gift to SPN is a way you can make an extraordinary impact.
Your legacy giving options include:
To learn about other legacy gift options, please contact Cindy Kilduff at 703-243-1655 or firstname.lastname@example.org or your SPN contact.
We invite you to create your legacy for freedom today by including State Policy Network in your estate plans.
Your benefits include:
To join as a Charter Member and help to secure the future of freedom in our nation, you simply make a commitment to include SPN in your will by sharing this sample bequest language with your attorney and make your intention known to us:
I give to State Policy Network, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) Corporation headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, Federal Tax ID: 57-0952531, the sum of $______ (or ____% of my estate; or the property described herein) for its general purposes
If you have questions about joining the Thomas Roe Legacy Society, you or your legal and financial advisors can contact Cindy Kilduff at email@example.com or 703-243-1655 or your SPN contact.