The Leinart's Estate Gift Helps Capital Campaign for Josie's Village
A generous gift commitment from Grace Riley Leinart and Earl Leinart has helped propel The Josie's Village Capital Campaign to 62 percent of its goal of $5,060,000. Charles M. "Mike" Harper made the first exceptional gift to this campaign, with Josie's Village named in memory of his late wife, Josie Harper.
Josie's Village is an apartment complex property adjacent to Nebraska Methodist College—The Josie Harper Campus. The capital campaign was established to purchase and renovate this complex into 67 beautiful one- and two-bedroom housing units for Nebraska Methodist College students.
"The College needs housing in order to attract and keep traditional students," Grace said. "We decided to make our gift through our estate plans because we didn't need to come up with ready cash. This allowed us to make a gift that was significant for us, without creating any financial difficulties."
In recognition of the Leinarts' gift, the largest apartment building located within Josie's Village will be named in their honor. Many other naming opportunities remain available.
The Leinarts also generously supported the capital campaign to build The Josie Harper Campus. The Grace Riley Leinart and Earl Leinart Education Center recognizes their outstanding philanthropic spirit.
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