There are numerous ways to create a planned gift. Whether you want to continue using your assets during your lifetime or receive payments for you or your family, you can find the perfect method to meet your needs while also providing for Texas A&M University. You can support student scholarships, faculty and research, student activities and campus traditions, or college programs through any of the methods below.
A bequest is simply leaving a gift in your will or living trust to the Texas A&M Foundation. It is one of the easiest ways you can make an impact on Texas A&M.
Designating the Texas A&M Foundation as the beneficiary of a retirement account or life insurance policy is a simple and affordable way you can support Texas A&M.
Creating a “give it twice” trust, formally known as a testamentary charitable remainder unitrust, is the perfect way to provide for your loved ones and Texas A&M after your lifetime.
A charitable gift annuity can provide you with fixed payments for life using assets, like cash and appreciated securities, that may not be currently providing a desirable return on investment.
Similar to a charitable gift annuity, a charitable remainder trust (CRT) can turn an asset into income. The minimum gift required to fund a CRT is greater, but it typically offers a higher return and more flexible terms.
A charitable lead trust allows you to support your Texas A&M passions during your lifetime and pass assets—without the tax burden—to loved ones after.
A retained life estate is beneficial if you want to give your property to support Texas A&M but also want to use it for the rest of your lifetime.
A blended gift is a unique way to see your impact on the university now while leaving an even greater legacy for the future.
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