A growing number of alumni and friends choose to support patient care, research, and education at UVA through financial or estate planning. This process is known as gift planning, and the gifts are referred to as planned gifts:
- Plans from your estate
Bequests are gifts established through estate plans. These plans include wills or living trusts, retirement plans, and life insurance.
- Plans that pay you an income
You make a gift to UVA and receive income for your life or for the lives of the beneficiaries you choose. These plans include charitable gift annuities and charitable remainder trusts.
- Plans that help the University now and your family later
The University uses the income from a gift you make for a specified period of time, and then returns the remainder to you or your heirs. This plan is called a charitable lead trust.
If you're ready to start a conversation about planned giving or have questions, please contact: Jeff Moster, Assistant Vice President, UVA Health Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org or 434-982-1827