Charitable gifts made through a will are 100 percent tax deductible. After providing for loved ones, you may choose to make a gift to UW-Green Bay. Additionally, the University can be designated beneficiary. Your attorney can revise your will or make a simple amendment using the example language we've provided.
Wills & Trusts Language
Assets (typically securities) are transferred to a trustee, with income paid annually to one or more individuals for a set period of time, or for life. At the end of this irrevocable arrangement, the assets are a gift to the University.
This is a flexible plan in which assets are transferred to a trust that pays income to one or more charitable recipients. At a fixed date or at the time of death, the assets are transferred to others named by the donor.
Giving stories in Inside
Student service goes global with Habitat trip to the Philippines
Inside - August 20, 2014
Fun, healing go hand-in-hand at special UW-Green Bay summer camp
Inside - July 1, 2014
Biology 101: Generous educators help next generation
Inside - May 30, 2014
Giving back: Celebrating donors, students and research
Inside - May 9, 2014