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Legacy Gifts | Volunteers | Financial Statements

Legacy Gifts

The ACLU of Massachusetts is deeply grateful to all those who have included the ACLU in their estate plans, including the following fondly remembered friends and supporters whose bequests have been received in 2014-15:
Denise Bacon • Helen Berman • Sean Carmody • Robert C. Cobb, Jr. • David M. Fine • Ellen Ruth Greenberg • Henry E. Haley • Jean Hardisty • Barbara R. Hoffman • Curtis Huntington • Marjorie Kaufman • Peter Lane Lindenmuth • Charlotte Loeb • Donald G. McKinley • Constance Perin • Collie Recchiuti • Paula L. Spier • Lyle L. Warner • Alice Williams
Learn more about leaving a legacy of liberty by including the ACLU in your will.

Legal Intake Volunteers

John Aram • Barbara Cogan • Philip Goldsmith • Carolyn Greenberg • Sandy Halperin • Jane Moeller • Luke Rigas • Leah Sherman • John Stengrevics • Carol Streiff • Sarah Ward

Financial Statements

Click on the links below for detailed and audited Financial Statements for the ACLU's Fiscal Year 2015.
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