A planned gift is one of several types of gifts that permit you to provide future benefit to the School of Nursing while meeting your current financial, personal and philanthropic goals. Planned gifts can provide significant tax benefits as well as lifetime income for the donor and even the family of the donor. A planned gift can be as simple as naming the U.Va. School of Nursing as a beneficiary in your will or living trust.
Other planned gifts include retirement plan or life insurance policy beneficiary designations, charitable trusts and charitable gift annuities.
Whether you choose to provide funds for the School of Nursing's unrestricted use, scholarships, professorships, research, or any other area that matches your passion, your planned gift will provide a foundation for the future of the School, the nursing profession, and patient care.
Many Nursing alumni and friends have chosen to support the School through a planned gift. To listen to and read more about Nursing's participation in the bequest campaign, please see the U.Va. Bequest Campaign progress web page.
For more information about how a planned gift might fit into your overall giving plan and the School of Nursing's capital campaign, please contact Amy Karr, Assistant Vice President for Development - U.Va. School of Nursing at (434) 924-0097or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also contact the University's Office of Gift Planning at (800) 688-9882.
The University of Virginia School of Nursing does not provide legal or tax advice. We recommend that you seek your own legal and tax advice in connection with gift and planning matters. To ensure compliance with certain IRS requirements, we disclose to you that this communication (including any links or attachments) is not intended or written to be used, and cannot be used, for the purpose of avoiding tax-related penalties.