Planned and Estate Giving
Your Legacy at Georgian Court
Vision for the Future
More than 100 years ago, the Sister of Mercy had a dream of creating a college devoted to educating young women. Now with over 2,300 students offering 30 undergraduate and 10 graduate degrees to men and women Georgian Court has achieved this and more! Our fiscal and institutional strength through the support of our alums, longtime friends and community members has resulted in a growing endowment that secures our financial stability. Planned gifts, which offer the opportunity to make a gift from your assets without impacting your current financial position, strengthen Georgian Court University so that we will remain vital and strong for future students. Join us by considering a planned gift.
What Is Your Legacy?
Think about your needs, those of your loved ones and your commitment to Georgian Court. Consult your family, friends and advisors. Thoughtfully planned, any of the following gifts may provide important personal benefits whole providing a future gift to Georgian Court.
- A bequest, which is a gift included in your will or living trust, is a flexible, time honored way to establish a lasting legacy.
- A gift of retirement assets, such as a 401(K) or IRA, may allow you to give more than you thought possible while reducing taxes that may otherwise consume these assets.
- A life income gift, such as a charitable gift annuity, can be an important way to give you and/or a loved one income for life, provide unique tax benefits and benefit Georgian court.
- Gifts of life insurance policies you may no longer need may help Georgian Court plan for the future.
This chart can help you decide which of these types of planned gift might fit best with your personal and financial goals. In considering this type of gift we asked that you review your assets carefully to identify the best way to make a gift, whether you choose to make a specific gift of an asset, a percentage of your estate, or an amount to fund an endowed scholarship.