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ROI Legacy Challenge

ROI Legacy Challenge

Tim Guertin

Timothy Guertin

Timothy Guertin, a former ROI Board member and retired Varian executive, has provided a challenge grant of $25,000 for the ROI Legacy Challenge.

When you document a legacy gift of $2,500 or more to the ROI, $2,500 of the challenge grant will be designated in your honor in recognition of your commitment to research in radiation oncology.

The goal for the ROI Legacy Challenge is 10 new documented legacy commitments.

If you have already made a legacy gift through your will or have named the Radiation Oncology Institute as a beneficiary in your retirement plan, insurance policy or donor-advised fund, or through another gift vehicle, please complete the intent form today.

If you have not already made a legacy gift, please consider such a gift, and notify the ROI of your intent.

You will become a member of the Legacy Circle and will be recognized on the ROI website, on the ROI Booth at the ASTRO Annual Meeting, and in publications, if you so choose. We encourage you to allow us to recognize you because in doing so, you are encouraging others to follow your example.

However, if you do not want your name to appear on recognition lists, you can choose to make your commitment anonymously.

What has radiation oncology meant to you?

Making a legacy gift is a way "to give back" to the profession and to plant a seed that will grow in the future to support research in the field. Many of the legacy gifts are revocable and you can change your mind later if your financial situation changes. Other legacy gifts that are irrevocable have significant tax benefits.

If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Janet L. Hedrick at or at 703-839-7340.

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