“I wanted to do something worthwhile, and do it while I am still around to enjoy it.” To memorialize his father, who holds a special place in UVA’s history, Flory established an endowment that combines a current five-year pledge with estate plans that will support the scholarly pursuits of the arboretum curator, who will be known as the Walter S. Flory Jr. Professor of Environmental Sciences.
You may make a tax-free gift to the University from your Individual Retirement Account.
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You can join the growing number of alumni and friends who invest now in the University’s future by including UVA as a beneficiary of their wills, charitable trusts, and retirement plans. You can also make a gift now and receive income for the rest of your life. Gifts like these can offer you and your family significant tax benefits as well as greater financial flexibility in meeting your personal and philanthropic goals.
Planned gifts may include:
Through his will, Thomas Jefferson gave the University part of his personal library (the rest went to the Library of Congress). James Madison also included UVA in his will, giving both money and volumes from his own library. Madison’s gift of $1,500 established the University library’s first endowment, which still provides funds annually for the purchase of books.
Donors like you have a long tradition of making planned gifts that continue to provide a secure foundation for the University’s future.
The Cornerstone Society comprises forward-thinking alumni, faculty, parents and friends who give to the University or its related foundations through estate or financial plans, or other deferred gift arrangements. With a planned gift, you may be able to make a greater impact than you thought was possible during your lifetime.
If You Are a Personal Representative, Executor, Trustee or Associated Professional
Settling the estate of a family member, friend, colleague or client can be a challenging task. If you are responsible for administering a bequest or other estate gift to benefit the University, or a specific University school or program, please contact Spring Dodge in the Office of Gift Planning. Spring can provide whatever information or assistance you may need to ensure that our donor’s intentions are honored.
To contact Spring, call 434-924-6029 (direct) or email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
To send correspondence or documents, see below:
UVA Office of Gift Planning
P.O. Box 400807
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4807
UVA Office of Gift Planning
400 Ray C. Hunt Drive
Charlottesville, VA 22903