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Ideas and Strategies from the Office of Gift Planning at Princeton University

Skip Rankin ’72 Aids University’s Mission with an Annual Giving Legacy Gift

As a Philadelphia high school senior, Clyde “Skip” Rankin III ’72 faced a difficult moment. He had received the mayor’s scholarship — “basically a free … Continue reading

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Asset Appreciation: Emeritus Professor Ken Boudreaux ’65 Creates Gift for a Future Economics Professor

Kenneth Boudreaux ’65 didn’t expect to come east from New Orleans for college. He didn’t expect to run a laundry delivery service as a senior, … Continue reading

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Could an Annual Giving Legacy Gift Work for You?

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 … Continue reading

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Making a List, Checking It Twice

Preparing your end-of-year checklist? Don’t forget to consider CARES Act incentives for charitable giving available only until December 31, says 1746 Society member and estate … Continue reading

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