A Legacy of Support at NFA

Red brick tower of Slater Museum viewed from below nearby trees

One of the first gifts received by Norwich Free Academy was the land upon which campus stands today.  This gift of property, made by General William Williams and his wife Harriet Peck Williams in 1854 was NFA’s first planned gift.  Since that time, the generosity of alumni and friends of the Academy who give through bequests has supported the mission and preserved the future of Norwich Free Academy.

In 1999, the NFA Foundation, Inc. established the Gulliver Society to recognize those individuals who have made planned gift provisions to benefit Norwich Free Academy.  The Society honors Reverend John Putnam Gulliver, who, with the help of 36 initial donors, established NFA in 1854.  We invite you to explore the possibilities of how you can join the growing membership of the Gulliver Society whose support has been so important to the Academy – past, present, and future. 

To learn more, please email us (foundation@nfaschool.org), complete the Information Request Form, or call Kathy at 860-425-5547.

Thank you for considering Norwich Free Academy and the NFA Foundation, Inc. in your estate or financial plans.  By establishing a planned gift, you may enjoy financial or tax benefits now while ensuring the work of the NFA Foundation can support the students of Norwich Free Academy for many years to come.

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