Public Service Legacy Society Back to Ways to Give Public Service Legacy Society The Partnership for Public Service’s strong financial health and commitment to accountability and transparency have earned it the highest 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity evaluator. For more information about how your gift is being used: 2021-22 Impact Report2020 Audited Financials2020 Form 990Gift Acceptance Policy For more Information: Christine Carroll, Vice President of Development(202) firstname.lastname@example.org Thinking of including the Partnership for Public Service in your estate plans? When you support the Partnership for Public Service through a planned gift, you’re leaving a legacy that will promote a better government and a stronger democracy over the long term. The Partnership is committed to rebuilding and revitalizing our nation’s most important democratic institution—our federal government—for years to come. Your contribution will do so much to make a positive impact on our government—by inspiring a new generation of public servants, recognizing exceptional federal employees and rebuilding trust in government for years to come. Would you like to make a lasting and powerful impact on the health of our democracy? Please consider creating a meaningful, durable legacy by including the Partnership in your estate plans. Thank you for supporting the Partnership for Public Service, and thank you for generously considering a planned gift to support our ongoing mission. Ways to make a planned gift to the Partnership for Public Service Need to make a will Already made a will What will your legacy be? Members of the Public Service Legacy Society have made a lifelong commitment to ensuring a better government and a stronger democracy to serve our diverse nation. They understand and value the importance of revitalizing our federal government and want to do something that will make a real, lasting difference. As a member of this group, you will have made an important decision to include the Partnership for Public Service in your estate plans. In doing so, you are leaving a lasting legacy for your loved ones, showing them the value of reimagining how government can work to solve today’s problems and be better prepared for tomorrow.