The University of
San Francisco is committed to working with you to explore, plan, and implement
a charitable gift plan that will work best for you and your family. Planned
giving is the integration of personal, financial, and estate planning goals
with lifetime or testamentary charitable giving. Through careful planning, planned giving can allow a donor
to realize substantial benefits while supporting the University of San
If you’re new to
the concept of planned giving, please click here for an
informative brochure, A Guide to Planned Giving.
We hope that
after reading the information we have provided on the various planned giving
options, you will be motivated to help us continue to “Educate Minds and Hearts
to Change the World.”
Planned Gifts at USF
- Make an outright gift of stock
or real estate. Click here for more information on gifts of
stock. Click here for information on gifts of real estate.
- Include a charitable bequest
through your will or revocable trust. Click here for more information on bequests.
- Name USF a beneficiary of your
retirement plan. Contact us to find out how.
- Create a “life income” deferred
gift, such as a Charitable Remainder Trust, a Charitable Gift Annuity or a USF Pooled Income Fund.
- Give a combination of an
outright gift and a deferred gift.
Contact us for more details on this special