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Those who have remembered Quaker Hill Conference Center in their wills and bequests have partnered in an ongoing opportunity to offer a special place apart from the routines of daily life where groups and individuals can nurture spiritual life. They embody our mission and receive our gratitude.

Isaac Woodard - the visionary who, in addition to the support of others, purchased his grandparents home on Quaker Hill to be used as a Midwest conference center

Floyd L. Kresge friend of Isaac Woodard who left a substantial part of his estate to the conference center endeavor

Francis & Pearl Hall former Director (Francis) of Quaker Hill Conference Center

Helen Fuson Richmond resident, friend of Quaker Hill

Lorelei Lacy A frequent visitor and workshop attender of Quaker Hill

(This may not be the complete list of persons who have remembered Quaker Hill Conference Center in their wills, but let it serve to thank all who have gifted Quaker Hill with personal support since the beginning of the conference center in 1940. These are in addition to our annual fund and special projects supporters.)

Giving to Quaker Hill

An Agency Fund has been established at the Wayne County Foundation, called the Quaker Hill Conference Center Fund.