Legacy gifts represent sustainability for key academic and research programs as well as scholarship funds to help attract and retain students. These gifts provide benefits to future generations of Mason students—and to you and your heirs.
There are several ways to make a gift through your estate plans:
You can make a gift of cash, securities, real estate, or other property directly to Mason.
You can designate Mason a specific percentage of your estate.
You can designate Mason as full or partial beneficiary to your retirement plan or life insurance policy.
You can designate Mason as the beneficiary of all or part of the remainder of your estate or trust after the payment of estate related expenses and other bequests.
You can establish a charitable gift annuity or charitable remainder trust with Mason. You can designate Mason as the full or partial beneficiary of an annuity or trust you have established.
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