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Could an Annual Giving Legacy Gift Work for You?

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Heading for your 50th Reunion or beyond? Learn how you can make a significant gift for your major reunion, while providing for yourself and/or your beneficiaries through the Annual Giving Legacy Program.


Life income gifts allocated to major reunions beginning with the 50th are eligible for Annual Giving class reunion credit for participation and gift credit in the specified major reunion year. You have the option of creating a named fund in recognition of your gift. Your AGL gift will ultimately go to a permanent endowment.


There’s more to know, and the Gift Planning team can help you decide if an AGL gift works for you. Please contact the Gift Planning team for a custom proposal to see the many options available. 

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This entry was posted on November 8, 2021 in FALL 2021.

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