The Founders' Planned Giving Society, (also referred to as "The Founders' Society") is an honorary association of individuals whose planned gifts have already been received or will someday accrue to the University. Planned gifts include bequests made through testamentary devices such as wills, retirement plans and revocable trusts, as well as lifetime gifts that provide income payments to donors and their beneficiaries. Life income gifts such as charitable gift annuities, and the charitable remainder trusts typically involve present-day transfers of gift assets, immediate tax advantages and continuing income streams to the donor, with future distributions to the University for its various or specific charitable purposes. Charitable lead trusts can offer significant tax advantages to the donor, reliable streams of charitable income to the University of Hartford, and will also earn the VIP status attributable to each member of the Founders' Society.
Careful gift planning offers each individual the opportunity to make an endowed gift that will continue helping the University for generations to come. Regardless of the method or the amount of the gift planning arrangement, we are deeply grateful to each and every member of the Founders' Society and especially appreciative of their thoughtful commitment to the future financial well-being of the University.
Please let us know what charitable plans you may have already made for the University of Hartford. We would be delighted to confer upon you all of the privileges of membership in The Founders' Society. For more information about how you could plan a gift for the University of Hartford and join the ever-growing roster of Founders' Planned Giving Society members, please contact the Director of Planned Giving for a confidential consultation.
For more information on Planned Giving, contact Peter Congleton at 860.768.2415 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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