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Tailor your giving to your personal and financial situation by making a planned gift. You can put your assets to work for the Law School while creating benefits for yourself, including tax savings and a secure income stream for you and a loved one.
Planned giving makes it easy to leave a meaningful, lasting legacy on Yale Law School. You can:
- Make a bequest of cash, securities, or other property.
- Designate a specific dollar amount, a particular asset, or a fixed percentage of your estate for the Law School.
- Leave all or a portion of your residuary estate to the Law School after providing for your other beneficiaries.
- Create a charitable gift annuity or charitable remainder trust, securing income for you and a love one while finding income tax savings.
- Name Yale Law School as a beneficiary of your retirement plan or IRA.
Learn more about planned giving by contacting Nancy Turner, Associate Director of Philanthropic Engagement, at (203) 436-9633. You can also visit Yale University’s planned giving website at www.yale.planyourlegacy.org.