Including University of Lynchburg in estate plans can be as simple as naming the College in a will or living trust or designating it as the final beneficiary of retirement plan assets or life insurance policies.
Those who make annual gifts to the College often choose to continue their support by creating an endowment that begins after an estate is closed. This ensures that gifting continues perpetually.
A gift to University of Lynchburg through estate planning qualifies estates for a charitable tax deductions. It also allows benefactors for membership in our Heritage Society, an honorary giving society.
Bequests to University of Lynchburg have long been a major source of support for the College. Each gift, no matter how large or small, contributes to the College’s financial stability and strength.
Contact Dr. J. Michael Bonnette, Senior Vice President for Advancement, for more information at 434.544.8665 or .