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The consistent generosity of donors like you is what makes our life-changing programs possible. Your impact resonates throughout communities and continues from generation to generation, creating lasting improvements and brighter futures.

To recognize and honor those individuals who wish to make a more significant commitment to helping children and families around the world, Plan offers two membership opportunities. The 1937
Society
recognizes individuals who contribute $1,500 or more each year to Plan. The Legacy Circle acknowledges the thoughtful individuals who have provided for Plan in their estate plans or other deferred giving arrangements.

The 1937 Society honors individuals who contribute $1,500 or more in a single calendar year.

Join the 1937 Society


Named for the year in which Plan was founded, the 1937 Society honors supporters who show extraordinary commitment to continuing our founders’ legacy of care and compassion for children in need.

Donors who contribute $1,500 or more in a single calendar year automatically become members of the 1937 Society.

When you join a community of leadership donors to Plan International USA, you’ll create transformative change for children, families, and communities around the world.

In recognition of your generosity, you will enjoy special members-only privileges and get an insider’s view of the latest news and activities at Plan.

Member Privileges:

  • Access to members-only webinars with Plan program expert
  • Access to members-only curated content through your MyPlan donor portal
  • Advance invitations to Plan events
  • An annual members-only conference call with Plan International USA’s Interim President & CEO, Shanna Marzilli
  • Direct access to a dedicated 1937 Society contact person in our Rhode Island headquarters
  • A designated contact person to help you plan trips to the field, to witness your impact firsthand, and/or visit your sponsored child
  • A copy of Plan International USA’s Annual Review, quarterly impact reports, and other updates on the ongoing work made possible by your support


You can check your current membership status by visiting www.planusa.org/myplan.

For more information, contact Clarissa Miller at 800.556.7918, or email Clarissa.Miller@planusa.org.

The Legacy Circle honors individuals who invest in children across generations through deferred giving arrangements.

Join the Legacy Circle


The Legacy Circle at Plan International USA was established to recognize those individuals who have thoughtfully chosen to invest in children across generations by including Plan in their estate planning or other deferred giving arrangements. This could include naming Plan in a will or trust; creating a beneficiary designation for Plan in a life insurance, IRA, or retirement account; giving through a charitable gift annuity; creating an endowed sponsorship; and/or naming Plan in a transfer on death agreement for stocks, bonds, or bank accounts.

This group of generous benefactors stands together in support of Plan’s vision of a just world that advances children’s rights and equality for girls, ensuring that this life-changing work continues far into the future.

Member Privileges:

  • Direct access to a dedicated Legacy Circle representative in our Rhode Island headquarters
  • Members-only Legacy Circle newsletter
  • Access to news alerts and bulletins on topics relevant to your estate and tax planning
  • Access to members-only curated content through your MyPlan donor portal
  • Invitations to Plan International USA events
  • Access to members-only webinars


You can check your current membership status by visiting www.planusa.org/myplan.

To join the Legacy Circle, simply inform us in writing that you have included Plan International USA in your estate plans by completing a Gift Documentation Form. You can also contact Jennifer Winnett Denniston, Esq. at Jennifer.Denniston@planusa.org.

We can only accept this payment method from U.S. drawn checking accounts. The 9-digit routing number comes first and is surrounded by the "" symbol, the account number comes next and is followed by the "" symbol. The check number is not used. The account information should be from a check and not from a deposit slip.