The Holloway Society was established to celebrate Salisbury University's heritage and honor Founding President William J. Holloway by recognizing those who have made planned-gift provisions for the University. As we look to the future, there are a number of opportunities that allow individuals to support current and future students at SU. Members of the Holloway Society help build the Foundation's endowment through tax-deductible gift arrangements.
These donors help to secure the future of the University and set an example for others through measures such as gift designations in their wills, naming the Foundation as a beneficiary of a retirement account or life insurance policy, or establishing life-income gifts such as gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts or charitable lead trusts.
Members of the Holloway Society receive invitations to special University events, including an annual program designed especially for them. In addition, they also receive recognition in the Holloway Society wall display in Holloway Hall's grand entrance, further identifying them as members of a unique circle of supporters whose shared legacy is to ensure the future strength of Salisbury University.