Planned Giving

About the Ned Wolf Society

The Ned Wolf Society recognizes those who have included the Law Center in their estate planning.  Members will be recognized in our Annual Report and at our annual event. We are delighted to acknowledge the inaugural member of the society, Fred H. Brenner, who designated the Law Center for a portion of the remainder interest in four charitable remainder unitrusts.

As you plan your own financial future, we invite you to consider how a charitable gift annuity, charitable trust, bequest or other planned gift to the Law Center might help you meet your retirement goals and needs while also leaving a legacy of commitment to social justice that will be meaningful to you and your family.

Please contact Jennifer Clarke, Executive Director, of the Public Interest Law Center, for more information about how to join the Ned Wolf Society.

About Ned Wolf

Edwin D. (Ned) Wolf founded the predecessor to the Law Center in 1969 to address institutional racism through the courts. Ned and the Law Center quickly broadened that mission to tackle current social issues through “cases which could change society for the better.”  With Ned’s untimely death in 1976, the Wolf family has continued to be a force in the quest for social justice and in sustaining the Law Center with an endowment gift from Ned’s father Robert.